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MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY 

MISSISSIPPI STATE, MISSISSIPPI 59762 







LIFE 
LIMELIGHT 


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68 


ACADEMICS 


96 


SPORTS 


118 


PEOPLE 


174 


VETERINARY MEDICINE 


180 


MERIDIAN CAMPUS 


188 


ORGANIZATIONS 


312 


CLASSES 


200 


INDEX 


413 


Charity D. Scott 


Editor 


Michelle Hewsom Business 


Manager 


Rim Palmer Photography Editor 


Dr. Eddie Keith 


Advisor 


Dr. Bill Foster 


Advisor 







Section Editors: 

Stephanie Alligood, Michel Crane, Shel- 
lie Hodges, Mary Jakway, Kevin Lewis, 
Corinne Leyden, Anna Minor, Amy Rus- 
sell, Christie Veach 

otographers: 
Ron Allen, Mike Bedgood, Melissa Gar- 
rison, Sonny Mathews, Mark May, Q. 
Bradley Moore, Michael Nichols, Robert 
Rivera, Ralph Shearer, Thuan-Par Tan 

Staff: 

Jennifer Adams, Steve Baucom, Belinda 
Brown, John Davis, Sabrina Qivens, De- 
larie Henderson, Lynn Henderson, Clare 
Kaplan, Cory Knight, Michelle Konscak, 
Kelly Mason, Audra Moore, Richie Pass- 
more, Jennie Randle, Kathleen Richard- 
son, Jennifer Rodgers, Joey Rodgers, 
John B. Smith, Merinda Thompson, Chi- 
quitta Walton, Brandi Wust, Lilac Yee. 






MPRESSIONS 





As a year of change and evolution, 
1992-1993 was definintely a school 
year that made impressions on all of 
us. What we may not realize is that 
we made an impression on 1992- 
1993. Although we may seem like we 
are in our own little world, minding 
our own business, we have made a 
difference in the world around us. 
And believe it or not, the world has 
made an impression on us, whether 
positive or negative, 

Mississippi State is one of the as- 
pects in our lives that provides the 
positive impressions. And we are, in 
turn, making impressions on Missis- 
sippi State. Although negative issues 
are the ones that receive the most 
attention, there are far more positive 
issues on this campus. Even the neg- 
ative aspects are catalysts for im- 
provement. The community of Mis- 
sissippi State has the 
enthusiasm and eagerness 
to improve upon the smallest 
of flaws. That in itself is proof 
of the quality of this univer- 
sity, (t ; 

As you browse through this 
book, hopefully you will 
catch a glipse of what this 
university represents. It is 
comprised of ordinary people 
doing great things. Hopefully 
you will feel the excitement 
and memories that this year 
at Mississippi State has im- 
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Around the nation, there are 
thousands upon thousands of 
colleges and universities. Mis- 
sissippi State may not be in 
the Ivy League, or have the 
winningest athletic teams; but 
it is definitely in a class above 
the rest. The people of this 
university set it apart from any 
other, No where else will you 
find a group of people who are 
so friendly and genuinely car- 
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The 1992-1993 Athletic Season for Mississippi State was like a 
giant roller coaster ride. At times we seemed to be riding high, 
and at others we were struggling to get to the top. However, 
the fans of MSU have found a renewed spirit in the athletic 
events, and have continued to support the teams through the 
highs and lows. 




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"Each of these kids is 
doing his own thing." 
Like the song from the 
show Sesame Street 
each person at Missis- 
sippi State is given the 
freedom to be him or 
herself. At the same 
time, they are given 
many options to be 
part of some group. 





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hat's the fitst thing 
that comes to mind when you 
think of MSU football and student 
spirit? Maybe Jackie Sherrill, 
Sleepy Robinson, or the MSU 
DAWG POUND! That's right, 
the Dawg Pound is MSU's newest 
tradition. And when you think of 
the Dawg Pound, you think of 
maroon and white painted people 
and wild cheering. Dawg Pound 
fans show both support and pride 
for their Bulldogs from the colors 
they wear to the banners they hold. 

The Dawg Pound began this 
football season as the result of an 
idea by David Longstreet, Bully. 
Longstreet and cheerleader Eric 
Hutchinson say that the 110 mem- 
ber fan club is intended to bring all 
types of students into one explosive 
cheering section — and who 
knows, Mom and Dad might even 
see you on ESPN! 

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"Ninety percent of the game 
is the team, but that last ten 
percent is the fans!" 
David Longstreet 




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Far Right: The Alpha Phi Al- 
pha House is just steps away 
from campus. 

Right: Greek shows are just pan 
of the social life. 
Bottom: The Kappa Alpha Psi 
House looks sharp. 




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A Place to Call Home 



For members of Alpha Phi Al- 
pha and Kappa Alpha Psi 
Fraternities, 1992 has 
>rought the realty of living on 
ampus in their newly acquired 
tomes. Even though the Depart- 
nent of Housing and Residence 
ife officially owns the buildings, 
he members of both fraternities 
lave made the extra effort to per- 
onalize their "new" house, 
rhrough the efforts of the De- 
>artment of Student Life and De- 
>artment of Housing, members of 
^A fraternity were able to move 



in during the fall of 1991. KA>F 
soon followed in January of 1992. 

Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity was 
founded nationally in 1906 at Cor- 
nell University and on the Mis- 
sissippi State University campus in 
1974. Currently the fraternity 
numbers approximately 22 and up 
to 6 can live in the house. When 
asked about the benefit of the 
house and recruiting,Sjohn McCor- 
mick, A<J>A President, said "Yes, it 
is a bonus; but we are concerned 
with quality and quantity." 

For the men of Kappa Alpha 



Psi, moving in in January 1992 
made Mississippi history. They are 
the only KA\F chapter in Mis- 
sissippi to have a house. It was 
founded nationally in 1911 at In- 
diana University and locally in 
1974. Anthony Burkes, their Pres- 
ident, echoed the feeling that a 
central meeting place was the big- 
gest benefit. 

For both of these organizations, 
1992 has brought the chance to 
become a part of the campus fam- 
ily. 



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Garth 



\f \f ith clouds of smoke drift- 
ing down from the ceil- 
ing and a great musical crescendo, 
Garth Brooks began his concert at 
the Hump as he rose from the 
depths of the darkened stage. He 
stood there with his black cowboy 
hat lowered and soaked up the en- 
ergy from the crowd. 

'I came to raise a little hell and 
have a little fun," Garth told his 
screaming fans after his opening 
song, "Rodeo." He sang several 
songs from his first three albums 
before he played a new song. Garth 
said the Hump was the first time 
he and his band had ever played 
"That Summer" off of The Chase. 
This song about a "widow woman, 
hell bent to make it on her own" 
sounded wonderful even if it was a 
first. 

Later in the show, Garth gave his 
band a break and played 
"Unanswered Prayers" with just 
him and his guitar. He said he still 
sings like that because it is how he 
started playing in clubs in Okla- 
homa in 1985. On the chorus, he 
let the crowd sing and then ap- 



plauded them at the end. 

Garth also sang his gospel- 
inspired "We Shall Be Free" off 
his new album. The crowd en- 
joyed this newly released single 
and sang along. 

The highlight of the night was 
"Shameless," Garth's No. 1 re- 
make of a Billy Joel song. During 
the instrumental bridge, Garth 
began unbuttoning his pink and 
black Western shirt. When he 
started singing again, he ripped 
it off and showed his brand-new 
MSU football jersey that Jackie 
Sherrill presented to him before 
the concert! The crowd went 
wild, and Garth drew the energy 
into his performance, channel- 
ing it back into the crowd. 

Garth ended his show with 
"The Dance," his first release. 
He talked about retirement and 
said he is going to take an 8- 
month parental leave and see 
what happens. He said he wants 
to come back to Mississippi be- 
cause the people have been so 
good to him. 

Goodbye, Garth! We hope you'll 
be back soon! We will miss you! 




Above: Garth Brooks made 
a jam-packed Humphrey 
Coliseum go crazy with his 
performance. 









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hen we were young, our par- 
ents often told us that "all work and no 
play makes Jack a dull boy." It is a 
common misconception on our campus 
that students in the Honors Halls are 
victims of this philosophy. The residents 
of these halls just laugh when this opinion 
is voiced. They know better. 

Hightower, the co-ed freshmen honors 
hall, and Duggar, the upperclassmen hon- 
ors hall, are located in the Boomerang 
area. Students here are involved in many 
campus organizations, including band, 
Angel Flight, Bacchus, sororities, and 
cheerleading. 

Favorite activities of residents include 
playing spades and pool in the lobby, and 
playing volleyball in the courtyard. 

A common question is if the co-ed 
atmosphere in these halls takes away from 
study time. The answer is yes and no. It 
only takes away as much as students let it. 
Hightower resident Brandy Purdy 
summed it up best when she said, "The 
whole atmosphere is just different in a co- 
ed hall." 

Jennifer Rodgers 





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Two Duggar residents, Amy Russell and Michelle Newsom take time off from 
studying to play a card game. Residence halls offet students a chance to interact 
with each other, instead of just a place to study and sleep. 



Hightower residents Matt Wilson and Btandon 
Scott look over the Republican platform in the 
lobby. As is evidenced by Wilson's Bush-Quayle 
shirt, election year cteates a forum for many political 
discussions on campus. 



Hightower resident Brandy Purdy rypes an English 
paper on her word processor. Many small 
"appliances" from computers to toasters can be 
found in each room. 





All photos by Jennifer Rodgers. 









One of the oldest dorm traditions, sharing pizza 
seems to please Duggar's Kim Russell and Judi 
Steadham. 




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hug. Living in such close vicinity with someone can 
form dose relationships. 








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AIR BULLY 



In an August 1991 Rotary 
Club meeting, Dr. 
Zacharias suggested that a 
joint project be undertaken by 
the Mississippi State commu- 
nity and staff. Walter Bishop, 
area manager for Mississippi 
Valley Gas Company, latched 
on to this suggestion. On 
April 25, 1992, his idea was 
recognized when Air Bully 
soared above everyone in- 
volved with Super Saturday 
— promoting education, Mis- 
sissippi State University, and 
Mississippi. 

MSU's internationally- 
known Air Bully has already 
been featured in "Chronicles 
of Higher Education" and 
will soon appear in "Balloon 
Life." Why all the commotion 
over this 76 feet tall bulldog? 
One reason could be that all 
the proceeds from Air Bully 
memberships go to the MSU 
scholarship fund. Member- 
ship includes only 2500 char- 



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ter member positions. These 
members receive a charter 
member certificate, an Air 
Bully lapel pin, and a tether 
ride, proving that member- 
ship has its privileges. Mem- 
berships and t-shirts are avail- 
able at MSU home games. 

Air Bully is quite fascinat- 
ing. He weighs 725 pounds 
fully prepared for flight, takes 
only 20 minutes to inflate or 
deflate, is fueled by 30-45 
gallons of propane, and can 
soar as high as 2 miles. Bully 
is flown and chased by 4 to 5 
crewmen, organized by crew 
chief Melvin Rhodes, 
Starkville councilman. Air 
Bully's Dawg House is a 14 
foot fiberglass trailer spon- 
sored by Dr. Pepper. 
Air Bully is a terrific repre- 
sentation of MSU's "high- 
flying" educational and lead- 
ership abilities. Everyone 
should be a part of the fun! 

Amy Russell 





All photos by Ralph Shearer. 



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Lisa Motici and Man Elliot Street enjoy Ak Bully's bird's eye view during Watermelon Fest. 



'Being a balloonatic is a 
lot of fun, but it's also a lot 
of hard work.' Walter 
Bishop 



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NOT 
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ACTIVITIES FAIR 



Date: September 2, 1992 
Time: 4:00 p.m.- until 
Sponsor: Housing and 
Residence Life 
Coordinator: B.J. Mann 



he 1992 Activ- 
ities Fair was a tre- 
mendous success. The 
event, organized to 
give new students a 
chance to see what 
MSU and Starkvilie 
has to offer, expand- 
ed from 1 tent last 
year to 5 this year. 
Many campus clubs 
and organizations 
provided entertain- 
ment in the center of 
the five tents, while 
local businesses pro- 
vided information 
and free refreshments 
to those in attend- 
ance. 

Steven Baucom 





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n 1974 the first 
Career Day was es- 
tablished to provide 
students with sum- 
mer job opportuni- 
ties. While the pres- 
ent format is the 
same, the function of 
the days have 
changed. The 1992 
Career Days is an at- 
tempt to provide stu- 
dents with informa- 
tion on future 
employers. The em- 
ployers get the chance 
to see what MSU has 
to offer, while the 
students can begin to 
plan for their futures. 
Steven Baucom 



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CAREER DAYS 



Date: September 1-2, 1992 
Time: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. 
Sponsor: Career Services 
Coordinator: Denisha Sanders 




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Country 



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Swing 



.chy Breaky Heart, Tush Push, 
Boot-Scootin' Boogie, Tennesse 
Twist, and the Cowboy Cha-Cha-Cha 
— is it a new line of workout ex- 
ercises? No, it is the newest craze 
sweeping bars and nightclubs across 
the country. Starkville has not been 
immune with Cheers and Classics of- 
fering country dancing lessons and 
dedicating nights solely to country 
music. Not to be left out, the Campus 
Activity Board has offered short 
courses in country western dance for 
the past two years. 



Photo by Sonny Mat 

The new popularity of "line danc- 
ing" as it is called and traditional 
country dancing can be traced back to 
the abundance of popular country 
dance songs. The release of "Achy 
Breaky Heart" by Billy Ray Cyrus 
and it's accompaning dance has spread 
the demand for country music danc- 
ing. This demand has also led to the 
increase in country music radio sta- 
tions across the country. Will it ever 
end? Who knows; but if the loyal 
patrons of Cheers and Classics have 
any thing to say about it, it is a long 
rime away. 



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The crowds at Cheers come for the country music dance lessons, fun, 
and pool. 




The popular dances include some of the new such as the Boot-Scootin' 
Boogie and the traditional such as the Two Step. 



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A Day Ut, the, Life, of A 



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\^V/ hat is a day in the life of a music maker 
▼ ▼ member like? Is it a glamorous chance 
to rub elbows with the rich and fa- 
mous? Accotding to Sammy Wallace, Student Di- 
rector, it is a day filled with endless work and 
eventual reward. 

Music Maker Productions, MMP, first begins by 
attracting performers. The MMP staff votes on the 
shows they want to see based on current trends. Then 
the staff begins to pursue these artists. Three com- 
mittees are involved in each MMP show. The first is 
tickets which orders and distributes them to outlets 
and keeps a running total of sales. The second com- 
mittee is artist relations which deans up the venue 
and handles grocery needs of each group or artist. The 
third and final committee is promotions which handles 
radio and newspaper ads as well as distributing fliers 
and posters. 

The day of the concert, things really get into high 
gear. The ticket committee collects tickets and counts 
them to determine total sales. Artist relations caters to 
the needs of the performers and their crew. Pro- 
motions, with most of their work completed, helps 
with various other areas on the day of the event. The 
set up of the stage is accomplished through the work 
of local crew members, production members, and 
road crews. Security is provided by a T-shirt security 
staff as well as uniform security. 

How has the ampitheater helped in attracting 
national acts? Wallace said that is has allowed MMP 
to get acts which may not have come otherwise. Due 
to time conflicts with basketball in the Hump and the 
poorer sound quality in McCarthy Gym the 
Ampitheater has been a real asset. 



Top: The stage set up for the Black Crowes at the 
ampitheater was impressive. 

Right: The Black Crowes brought their vetsion of Southern 
Rock to MSU on October 3, 1992. 




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Construction Zone 



Progress is inevitable in life and at 
Mississippi State. The fall brought 
the temporary closing of the Union 
Grill and renovation of the CAB offices. 
The Union changes also resulted in a 
much needed move of the Reflector , Rev- 
eille , and SA offices to the previous Mini 
Mall Bookstore. 

In the most progressive move yet, work 
began on the three year construction and 
renovation phase of the Mitchell Memo- 
rial Library. With the completion predict- 
ed in 1995, students are prepared for a 
long but worthwhile period of inconven- 
ience. 




Photo by Chris Cos 




Top: Ground breaking ceremonies to start the construction/renovation 
of the library. Above: The parking lot by Hand Lab will be the site of the 
library addition. 



Photo by Mike Busi 



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Photo by Ralph Shearer 




Above:The Union Grill under- 
went a major face lift in prep- 
aration for the eventual food 
court. 



Photo by Sonny Mathews 



Left: We at the Reveille office got a 
new home with lots of room to 
work, gossip, and play. 



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JVLississippi State's lady intramural flag football champions, 
the True Blue Crew, completed their 1992 season in New 
Orleans on New Year's Eve at the USF&G National In- 
vitational Flag Football Tournament. This MSU team was 
among over 30 women's teams representing 27 states, Mex- 
ico, and Europe. Coached by Tray Pace, the True Blue Crew 
was sponsored by Nike and Newman's. 

The tournament was held December 27-31. During this 
time, the MSU team defeated the University of Florida 14-6 
and Universidad de Mexico 16-7 in the play-offs. They also 
stormed ahead to beat the Instituto Politechnico Mexico 7-0 
during the quarter finals. After working (and playing) hard, 
these ladies were defeated by University of New Orleans 14- 
2 during the semifinals on December 3 1 . 

Among these girls, Lisa Morici, Bethany Johnson, Carmen 
Henley, and Suzanne Greer received All-American honors. 
Leaving New Orleans, True Blue Crew was also ranked third 
in the nation and carried home a finalist trophy, plaque, t- 
shirts and a hope to capture it all next year! 
Amy Russell 




Team members: Carmen Henley, Maria Cunetto, Gayle Betts. Suzanne Greer, Tray 
Pace, Bethany Johnson, Lisa Morici, Tarn Cooper. 



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The "Crew's" offense scored on defending champions, UNO, who had not been 
scored on in two years. 





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£uceum Series 92-93 






I Yl ississippi State University has always prided 
itself on the cultural and stimulating talent 
which it attracts to campus. During the 1992-93 
season performances included such talent as Ballet 
Mississippi, The National Shakespeare Company's 
Othello, Helena Hale's portrayel of artist Georgia 
O'Keeffe, The Mississippi Pops, and Duo pianists 
Delphin and Romain. The Lyceum series was cre- 
ated to spotlight and emphasize entertainment in 
music, drama, and the performing arts. 




Photo by Kim Palmer 




Photo by Kim P; 



Above and Right: Othello was one of the many entertaining per- 
formances presented during the fall season. 



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Below: The Mississippi Pops treated the MSU audience to an outdoor concert at the Ampitheater. 




Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Above: Helena Hale brought the story of painter 
Georgia O'Keeffe to life in her one woman show. 



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REDEDICATION OF SEAL 

T^ uring January, the College of Business and Industry rededicated the Leo Seal Jr. 
Electronic Classroom. Mr. Seal, president and chief executive officer of the 
Hancock Banking System in Gulfport, provided Mississippi State with $25,000 to 
teplace the existing personal computers with forty-one 40 mHz/386 microcomputers, 
as well as two printers. Previously, Mr. Seal had donated $86,000 to set up the 
interactive computer system, which offers electronic mail, computer-aided instruction 
lessons, various statistical packages, Word Perfect 5.1, Quattro Pro 3.0, dBASE III 
Plus, and much more. 




Pictured are: 

Danny 

Arnold, 

Granville 

Barker, 

President 

Zach arias, 

Leo Seal, 

Harney 

Lewis, and 

Keith Smith. 



Presently, the COBI Mictocomputet/Seal Electronic Classroom 
contains fotty-one 40mHz/386 microcomputets, thirty 
10mHz.8088 microcomputers, one high speed dot matrix printer, 
one high speed laser printer, and one Sony ovethead projector 
device. 

Jim Rabby, president of Bank of Wiggins, donated $10,000 
toward the improvements, which were implemented during Christ- 
mas holidays by Keith Smith, Rodney Pearson, Granville Barker, 
and Steve Canfield. Granville Barker, owner of Simple Solutions in 
Statkville donated approximately $5,000 in adapters that will allow 
these new microcomputers to link into the university's network. Dr. 
Pearson explained, "All of the computers in the facility are linked via 
coaxial cable to the COBI Local Area Network. Through that 
network, each COBI student is linked to the MSU "backbone" 
netwotk, which provides access to computers across campus and to 
the worldwide 'Internet'." 



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National 



BlLL CLINTON PLAYS THE SAXOPHONE: Pres- 
ident-elect Bill Clinton, sitting in with the band, turned 
out an impressive version of "Heartbreak Hotel" as 
Arsenio Hall gestured approvingly in the musical opening 
of "The Arsenio Hall Show" taping at Paramount Stu- 
dios in June 1992. Hall said of Clinton's talent on the 
saxophone, "It's good to see a Democrat blowing some- 
thing other than the election." 

NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE: President Bush 
and the leaders of Canada and Mexico participated in a 
ceremony in October 1992 to spotlight an agreement 
designed to create the world's largest and richest free 
trade zone. "This meeting marks a turning point in the 
history of our three countries," Bush said as Canadian 
Prime minister Brian Mulroney and Mexican President 
Carlos Salinas de Gortari looked on. The three leaders 
watched as their trade ministers initialed the 2,000-page 
document that was negotiated in August 1992. Under 
U.S. law, Bush is prevented from actually signing the 
agreement until December 17. For the agreement to go 
into effect, it must be be approved by the legislatures of 
all three countries. The NAFTA accord would create the 
world's largest free trade area by removing all trade 
barriers among the countries over 15 years. Bush says the 
agreement ultimately will create jobs in this country, but 
opponents said it could cost up to 550,000 U.S. jobs over 
the next decade. 





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mpressions 



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EMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION: Presidential candi- 
date Bill Clinton and his running mate, Senator Al Gore, held arms aloft 
and stood before a convention hall brimming with euphoria and confidence 
on July 17, 1992, in New York's Madison Square Garden. Exhilaration 
swept through the convention hall. In an emotional address to the 
convention, Clinton told delegates he accepted the nomination "in the 
name of all the people who do the work, pay the taxes, raise the kids and 
play by the rules — the hard-working Americans who make up our 
forgotten middle class." The speech brought to a festive, footstomping 
close a four-day Democratic convention that adopted a moderate platform 
reflecting the message of its baby-boomer ticket. "Jobs. Health care. 
Education. These commitments aren't just promises from my lips," Clinton 
said. "They are the work of my life." 



REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION: President Bush appeared 
on large video screens as he accepted the presidential nomination during 
the Republican National Convention at the Houston Astrodome on August 
20, 1992. Bush struck a new defiant tone in his acceptance speech — a 
marked contrast to the 1988 oration in which he promised a "kinder and 
gentler nation." Selling his vision fot the next four years, President Bush 
said he would propose an across-the-board tax cut to the new Congress that 
convenes in January if given a second term. He said the cuts would have to 
be offset by spending reductions, which he did not specify, to keep from 
swelling the deficit. President Bush and his wife Barbara shared a moment 
on the podium as the confetti fell during the final extravaganza. Bush and 
Vice President Dan Quayle roused the GOP delegates to cheers as they 
accepted their party's nominations for a second term. Bush vowed to go to 
"every corner of this nation" in the political fight of his life to beat Bill 
Clinton and "clear out the deadwood" in Congress. 



H. ROSS PEROT: In May, Ross Perot was a potential 
president. By election day, he was no more than a spoiler, 
but nonetheless a wild car to reshuffle the deck. The Perot 
Factor was reintroduced to presidential politics 1 1 weeks 
to the day after the Texas billionaire abandoned plans to 
run, saying he had concluded he could not win. Many 
analysts view his re-entry as a selfish attempt at re- 
demption by a political novice who failed to realize what 
he was getting into months before and later wanting to 
heal a wounded ego. It might take a while to assess Perot's 
ego, but there were obvious things to watch and both 
campaigns had reason to worry. "Anything that toses this 
race up in the air and is an unknown is a good thing for 
Bush," said Republican pollster Bill Mclnturff. And 
despite his comfortable lead, even Clinton predicted a 
natural tightening of the race as the election drew close. 
With a personal fortune and no spending limits to worry 
about, Perot could have easily affected the race if he 
decided to attack one candidate and leave the other alone. 
As he rejoined the race, Perot said he was running to win. 
Whatever his motivation — or chances — Perot was 
back, and he had the potential to affect the race. 



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Nationa 



H, 



-URRICANE ANDREW: Hurricane Andrew struck 
southern Florida on August 24, 1992, with wind gusting to 
164 mph and a 12-foot tidal surge that flattened many 
homes, uprooted trees, and wrecked an entire Air Force base. 
The hurricane continued on, carving its way through the 
plantation country of Louisiana, throwing tornadoes like 
darts at a 100-mile-wide target and pumping torrents of rain 
at storm-weary Louisianians. Fifty-five deaths were directly 
or indirectly linked to the hurricane — 41 in Florida, 10 in 
Louisiana and four in the Bahamas. The hurricane's 54-hour 
U.S. rampage, the most expensive natural disaster ever in the 
country, caused an estimated $20 billion in Florida and $1.5 
billion in Louisiana. As part of the relief effort, tent cities 
were set up in Florida with room for 3,800 people. 



MISS AMERICAN — LEANZA CORNETT: On Sep- 
tember 19, 1992, 21-year-old Leanza Cornett of Jack- 
sonville, FL, was named Miss America. Cornett, a singer and 
actress, is a sophomore studying communications at Rollins 
College in Winter Park, FL. She plans to speak about AIDS 
awareness during her yearlong reign. Cornett said her 
"ultimate goal" is to get a group of drama and theater 
students together whose performances would "give AIDS 
kind of a hopeful message." "if we can bring some lightness 
into it, it would be very motivational an very educational," 
said Cornett. "We have to start with ourselves and that is 
going to be my main point as I go out." 




AIDS: A grim new vision of the world AIDS epidemic predicts that more than 25 million people 
will have the disease by the end of the decade, and up to 120 million will be infected. The study, 
released this summer by Harvard University researchers, goes far beyond projections from the 
World Health Organization. It envisions an explosive, disastrous spread of the disease, 
particularly in Asia. Amsterdam, Netherlands, hosted the largest gathering of AIDS experts in 
July, but there were no breakthroughs on halting the deadly sweep of this virus. The 12,000 
participants had the opportunity to hear some 1,000 speeches and discussion on virtually every 
aspect of the disease, from novel combinations of drugs to the pace of viral mutations. Nothing 
approaching a cure — or even an effective treatment or vaccine — emerged during the week- 
long meeting. Marking losses here in the United States, people signed panels of the AIDS 
Memorial Quilt in New York. The exhibition is part of a 35-city national tour. 




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Impressions 




ORLD SERIES: There's a new flag 
flying over Canada — the 1992 World 
Series pennant. The Toronto Blue Jays took 
baseball's championship outside the United 
States for the first time ever, beating the 
Atlanta Braves 4-3 in 1 1 innings in Game 6. 
The Braves, meanwhile, became the first 
team to lose consecutive World Series since 
the 1977-78 Los Angeles Dodgers. A cheer- 
ing, chanting delirious sea of humanity 
flooded Toronto's city center on October 25. 



THE NATION RECYCLES:More than 20 
companies launched a national campaign in 
September 1992 to encourage U.S. busi- 
nesses to buy recycled goods. Recycling has 
produced vast supplies of paper, glass, and 
other reusable trash, but demand is still low. 
The alliance will conduct programs around 
the country to show them in daily operations. 
Many major cities of the U.S. have some type 
of recycling program. 




HURRICANE INIKI: Hurricane Iniki dealt a blow to Kauai, one of the Hawaiian 
Islands, on September 11, 1992, with winds gusting to 160 mph and torrential rain. It 
destroyed buildings and damaged many others on the island of more than 50,000 people, 
one official said. Twenty-foot waves crashed over coastal highways and the island lost all 
power and telephone service even before the worst of the storm hit. Afterward, early 
damage reports came to state officials via two-way radio. Oahu, the state's most populated 
island with 800,000 people, is separated from Kauai by an 80-mile-wide channel and was 
spared the brunt of the storm. But a 10-to 20-foot surf pounded Oahu's southern coast, 
heavy rain fell and power lines were blown down. Iniki was the most powerful hurricane in 
the Hawaiian Islands this century, said Bob Sheets, director of the National Hurricane 
Center. 



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CALIFORNIA EARTHQUAKES: Two pow 
erful earthquakes rocked Southern California or 
June 28, 1992, killing a child an injuring 30( 
more. The first quake, which registered 7.4 on tht 
Richter scale, radiated out from a remote stretcl 
of the Mojave Desert and was felt as far as 60( 
miles away in Denver. The most serious damagi 
appeared to be in desert and mountain com 1 
munities east of Los Angeles near the epicenters 
Up to 500,000 people were affected by powe 
outages. The second quake, about three hour: 
later, was centered in the San Bernardino Moun 
tains, about 20 miles west of the first. It measurec 
6.5. Because of the unusual occurrence of twc 
major quakes within hours of each other, scientist: 
don't know the probability that more powerfu 
jolts could be on the way. 

COLUMBUS ANNIVERSARY: Escorted bj 
more than 1,000 private boats, replicas of Chris 
topher Columbus' ships arived in the Unitec 
States on February 15, 1992, as part of the 500tl 
anniversary celebration of his voyage to the Nev 
World. Miami, FL was the first stop in a 20-city 
U.S. tour where more than 5,000 people cheerec 
from docks and waterfront roads as the wooder 
reproducions of the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maris 
sailed into its harbor. From October througt 
December, 1992, the ships are scheduled to stot 
in several California cities such as San Francisco 
Los Angeles, and San Diego. 

"POTATO KID ": William Figueroa, 12 year: 
old, waited by a potato vendor's cart outside th( 
NBC studios in New York prior to his appearand 
on the "Late Night with David Letterman" show 
Figueroa was basking in his new-found celebrity 
gained in June 1992, after he spelled "potato' 
correctly and Vice President Dan Quayle did not 













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Impressions 



OUMMER OLYMPICS: An era of amateurism 
passed into an age of professionalism, and the 
Olympics were transformed forever, when pro- 
fessional athletes were allowed to compete in the 
1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. 
"There's 183 countries and 3 billion people 
watching these games," Coach Chuck Daly said. 
"And somewhere out there now is a 13-year-old 
who wants to be a Michael or a Magic, a Larry or a 
Patrick. "That's what happens in all of these 
sports. It gives people a dream." America's 108 
medals surpassed by one the total in 1968 and 
trailed only the inflated totals of the Soviet- 
boycotted Games. Pictured here are the "Dream 
Team" during the first half of their semifinal 
game with Lithuania and U.S. volleyball player 
Bob Samuels, celebrating victory against Canada. 



SOMALIA: Three months after the world woke 
up to one of the worst famines in history, food 
started to reach hundreds of thousands of Somalis. 
Estimates of the dead range from 100,000 to half 
a million, but no one knows just how many have 
perished in the Horn of Africa nation. The central 
Bay region of the country has been most affected. 
It served as the main battleground for dans fight- 
ing for supremacy after Siad Barre's ouster. More 
than a million Somalis have fled their homeland 
for refugee camps. Central Somalia is where the 
international community has concentrated its re- 
lief efforts, with airlifts to the towns of Belet 
Huen, Baidoa, Bardera and Hoddur, and airdrops 
to smaller villages in the region. In December 
1992, French an U.S. forces were sent in to secure 
these relief efforts. 





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Al Gore Visit 

October 16, 1992, brought a downpour and Democratic Vice 
Presidential Candidate Al Gore to the MSU campus. The rally, 
sponsored by the Young Democrats, filled the ampitheater with an 
estimated 800 people. 

The stop by Al Gore was the first since he and Bill Clinton claimed 
the Democratic nomination. 



Potholes and Pavement 

The opening day of fall classes brought a surprise for the MSU 
campus — paving work on many of the major roads leading on to 
campus. Five points became a massive jam of cars and people. 

Construction began with the closure of Five Points and Bully 
Boulevard up to the poultry science building. Students trying to 
make it to their eight o'clock classes found that leaving early was a 
good idea. 





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mpressions 




Students Rock the 
Vote 

Student involvement in national elections was 
extremely high this year as concern for the economy 
grew. The campaign heated up as Ross Perot, 
President George Bush and Arkansas Governor Bill 
Clinton fought for the Presidency. Both the College 
Republicans and Young Democrats held rallies on 
campus as they tried to sway undecided students to 
support their respective candidate. 

Reflector Controversy 

The month of September saw controversy sweep 
the campus, local and statewide news. An editorial 
cartoon published in the Reflector concerned many 
students and led to campus protests. The cartoon 
which satirized racial stereotypes received much 
criticism from the University community and a 
large number of minority students. This served as a 
catalyst for many meetings, decisions and improve- 
ments regarding cultural and racial relations. The 
NAACP held a march to Allen Hall and presented 
Dr. Zacharias with a list of changes which they felt 
were necessary to improve relations on the MSU 
campus. In addition many students were made 
more aware of discrimination and how to eliminate 
it. However, it is hoped that improvements will 
continue through the years. 




Bush-Quayle signs were all to common around campus. 
The rallies were well attended by students who gained a 
new involvement in the election process. 
The Reflector controversy led to campus protests as 
many students expressed their anger. 



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Campus 



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What a Babe? 

The third annual Stallion pageant crowned 
Buddy McRae this year's winner. The pag- 
eant, sponsored by the United Way, a cab- 
inet under the Student Association raised 
over $240.00 just from the contests entry fee. 
The contest included the standard pageant 
fare with an evening gown competition and 
interview. 



Southern Humor 

Syndicated columnist Lewis Grizzard enter- 
tained the MSU campus with his own brand 
of humor in November. The author of sev- 
eral books on the "Southern experience" is 
well regarded as a humorist and storyteller. 




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Impressions 




Union Sees Changes 

The Union saw changes in the Grill as 
well as the movement of the Reflector , 
Reveille , and the Student Association. The 
process began with the reconstruction of 
the Grill into a mini food court. While the 
details are incomplete at this writing the 
proposal would include mini outlets of 
various fast food franchises. Other new 
developments included in the Union re- 
design involved the new CAB offices 
downstairs, the relocation of the hair sa- 
lon, and the enlargement of Union Sta- 
tion. 



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Residence Hall Staff 



Coordinators 

and 

Resident 

Assistants 



Row 1: Jenny Manuel, Crawford 
Gtabowski, Tonya Williams, BJ. 
Mann RHD; Gina Box, Davdte 
Walters,RHD;Amber Adams Row 
2; JLaShaun LaGuaa, MoBy kiving- 
ston,Heather HoUand,Simmone Tul- 
los,WaUeer Nordan,Melanie Groner 
RHD; Row 3:Kym ColUns.Mishelle 
Rial.Katy Marque«,Audra Shir- 
ieyjaclynn Bigelow Row 4: Sharon 
Manson Area Cootdinator;Kim 
Wrighc,Azam Mohammed,Steven 
Garrert, Row 5:Vaferie Boyd, Amy 
Dobba, James Rutland, Row 
6'.Jamison . Johnson, Terra 
Quails, Koko Miller, ioni 
Newcomb, Steve Horton, Row 
?;Jenniler Adams.Scott Brown,Keith 
Russell, Row 8:Kyle MoranJJawn 
Powell RHD;Todd Arnold, Marc 
Whire.Chris Robinson, Dewayne 
White RHD;Row 9:Mark Draf- 
reaJCristee Bell,Matk Fancher Row 
10:lloyd Reaves, Patrick Dixon 
RHD. 



The Department of Housing & Residence Life's Area Coordinators, Hall 
Directors, Assistant Hall Directors, and Resident Assistants who make up 
the 1992-1993 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 and Honors Area 
serving Critz, Duggar, Smith, Hightower, McKee, and Sessums. The North 
Area includes Suttle, Hamlin, Evans, Garner, and Hull halls. In the South 
Area are Hathorn, Cresswell, Rice, and Arbor Acres/Hardy Apartments. 




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North Area 



Row l;Christie Veach, Sherry 
Meyers^Patty Gomez,Leslie Bethea 
RHD;Bntton Saow.Doug Hal- 
lenbeck R.HD;Row 2:Shannon Jack- 
somCectiia Gartman, Stacy Campbell 
RHDD;Simeoo Streetjim Mitchell 
Area Coordinator; Row 3:Waa<|a 
Wib&m,Kyte Gordon,Sjohn McCor- 
mick.Clay Williams, Aothon.y 
Key, Row 4:Rtchard Jones 
RHD;Ganesh Kanagaraja,Row 
5;Scotty Bames^Michael Harris,Paul 
Graves, Brian Elbert, Marc Mas- 
sie>Row 6:Sammy Wallace, Gray 
Bekurs, Michael Franklin, Stacy 
Perdue.Craig Barbee, Spencer 
Pope,Row 7:Lesiie Livingston,Ron 
Szttrgot,Lei£Revefe,Row 8:Ray Rob- 
inson RHD; Varrian Hall, Willie 
Jackson,Keil jone*,Carios Wilson 




South Area 



Row l;Shannon MUBcan,Kristy 
Hawktns,Amy Maxque2,Taogie An- 
derson.Chrisanna 
Zschochejaandalyn Williams,Row 
2:Jeanifer Cronier t Marcia 
Payton,Audra Moore, Bonita 
Fields,Row 3:Joycelyn Smich,LUa 
Johnigaa,NiBu Porter,Angela Aston 
RHD; Row 4:Susan Watkin^Kristie 
Harrick»Debra Jones,Marte Hen- 
ry.Debra Williams.Row 5:Katfina 
Dorsey Area Coordinacor.Allen 
Hotard.Sara Herrington Hot Pic- 
tured: Theresa Cummings RHD; 
Ramsay Torrey 



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RICE HALL 



RICE HALL IS TWICE AS NICE 

Rice Hall was established in 1967, and was 
named for Miss Nannie Hemdew Rice. Approx- 
imately 500 upperclass and freshmen women live in 
Rice Hall. Rice is staffed by one residence hall 
director, eight resident assistants, eleven desk as- 
sistants, one computer lab assistant, and six cus- 
todians. Rice also has a fifteen member hall gov- 
ernment council. 

Each room in Rice is occupied with a private 
telephone, cable hook-up, closets, desks, bed, and a 
sink and medidne cabinet. Rice Hall has a com- 
puter lab, activities room on each floor, laundry 
room with ice machine, vending room, a weight 
room, and a 24-hout front desk. Rice also has a 
security access system in which residents gain access 
into the building by using their MSU I.D. cards. 

There are many benefits offered to students living 
in Rice in addition to those listed above. By living in 
Rice, students enhance their educational achieve- 
ments. Living on campus helps students have a 
better perception of the college climate. This, in turn 
enhances personal growth, personal development, 
and interpersonal relationships. 




Phutus by Ralph Shearer 

Rice Hall Council: Row 1: Shannon Felks, Khristi Wickersham(President), Kenya Adams, Dorothea Johnson, Angela Ew | 
(Vice President Activities) 

Row 2: Jennie Randle (Vice President Communications), Sharon Kern, Shanna Boyd, Tracy Tyner, Justine Kincaid, J i 
Pictured Tanya Maschger. 



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SUTTLE MALL 

As an upperclassmen male res- 
idence hall, Suttle Hall has a few 
traditions of their own. In addition 
to a weekly movie night, Suttle also 
has hall programs on such topics as 
Race Relations and Stress Manage- 
ment. Suttle residents also partic- 
ipate in Octoberfest, which includes 
a bachelor auction, dance, and a 
cookout. During the spring, Suttle 
throws the "Super Spring Thing/' 
when they enjoy volleyball, cook- 
ing-out, and having a great time 
together. 



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by RaJph Shearer 




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DUQQAR HALL 

This year marked a new begin- 
ning for Duggar Hall. Located near 
the IRHC building and formerly a 
male freshmen hall, Duggar now 
houses upper class honor students, 
who must maintain a 3.4 QPA. 
Duggar also is the new location of a 
convenience store, much like 
Gooch's. Residents of Duggar en- 
joy playing pool, watching televi- 
sion together in the lobby, and par- 
ticipating in intramural sports. The 
diversity of students found here 
creates a warm atmosphere, as well 
as serious motivation. 




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SMITH HALL 

Smith Hall is a Freshmen male 
residence hall, It offers its residents 
a variety of activities. Most res- 
idents consider Smith their home 
away from home. 

Some of the activities offered by 
Smith include Smutty Critter Sa- 
loon (in conjunction with Critz 
Hall), Spring Bash, a spades tour- 
nament, a chess tournament, and a 
pool tournament. Smith also spon- 
sors programs on study skills, time 
management, and sex education to 
assist residents with everyday con- 
cerns. 



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Marlon Duck, Dewayne Warren, Kelly Dunn, Victor Jackson. Clay Williams, Michael Harris, Scott Barnes, Richard Jones, Siohn McCormick. Not pictured Ij 
Lesley Livingston. 



EVAMS HALL 

Evans Hall enjoys group ac- 
tivities that include all resi- 
dents. On September 22, they 
had a barbeque. The residents 
of Evans participated in a 
chess tournament on October 
13. And during November, 
activities included an Election 
Day party, an RA Appreci- 
ation Party, and a ping-pong 
tournament. These are just a 
few examples of all the things 
that Evans Hall offers its res- 
idents. 




Photos by Ralph Shearer 
Joe Barnes, Terrance Wheeler, Chris McCulloch, Merrill Aldridge, Melvin Jenkins, Marcus Jackson. Jeff Rowell, Gordon Carskadon, Duncan McClendon. Chns I 
Grant Shields, Chris Jackson. 



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SESSUMS HALL 

The freshmen guys from Sessums are 
always on the go! Although a large 
percentage of Sessums' population is 
Greek, these guys find time for ed- 
ucational programs on sex education, 
alcohol awareness, exam preparation, 
and even a seminar on cooking, clean- 
ing, and laundry! Sessums' residents 
had charity events to help hurricane 
victims and the less fortunate during 
Thanksgiving and Christmas. Out- 
side of educational programming, 
Sessums has plenty of social program- 
ming, such as pay-per-view parries for 
the MSU/Texas game and the 
Holyfield/Bowe fight. 




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MCKEE HALL 

McKee Hall, the sister res- 
idence hall to Sessums, is 
home for many freshmen fe- 
males. Residents of McKee are 
active in all aspects of campus 
life. Examples are Campus 
Activities Board, Student As- 
sociation, MSU's famous Ma- 
roon Band, Black Voices, 
Fashion Board, Diamond 
Girls, Angel Flight, campus 
ministries, intramural sports, 
and a variety of honor socie- 
ties. As service projects, the 
girls of McKee recycle, host a 
Halloween carnival for area 
children, and participate in 
monthly community service 
work. 




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HIQHTOWER 

After a few weeks of living on-campus, 
freshmen in Hightower became more familiar 
with all aspects of college life, and they began 
to take advantage of the many opportunities 
to get involved. Hall Council was elected, and 
committees were formed. Soon "Movie 
Nights" began in the lobby. A Halloween 
party and a Christmas party were social high- 
lights for first semester, and there were cos- 
tume contests and door decorating contests as 
part of the parties. 

However, even in the fun, residents re- 
membered others. They had a very successful 
"Food for Families" campaign for Thanks- 
giving and participated greatly in the 
"SANTA" project for Christmas. They col- 
lected toys, food, and clothing for under- 
privileged individuals, and a "wish aee" for 
Hurricane Andrew victims was placed in the 
lobby. 

As the freshman year comes to an end, 
residents are forced to leave Hightower Hall. 
However, they will carry with them always the 
strong, life-long friendships begun here and all 
the memories of the time when they called 
Hightower Hall their home. 
— - Michelle Craft, RHD 



ifer Hotchkiss, Jennifer Rodgers, Carta Latino, Shanna Willi a. 
Houts. Not pictured : Brandy Elwart. 



, Michelle Craft, Davelle Walters. Daniel Cassidy, Bubba Mahne, Benji Spence, Scott Brown, 




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CRITZ HALL 

Critz Hall was built in 1956 as a 
men's residence hall. It was named 
after Hugh Critz who served Mis- 
sissippi State College as president 
from 1930-34. 

Today, Critz Hall houses fresh- 
men women. Residents of Critz 
Hall are Diamond Girls, Featured 
Twirlers, and members of the MSU 
Volleyball Team. Residents are also 
members of the band, Black Stu- 
dent Council, the Greek system, 
NAACP, Image, State Striders, 
NSBE, and various other organ- 
izations. 

Critz Hall has a staff of six res- 
ident assistants (Kim Wright, 
Michelle Rial, Jennifer Adams, 
Kristin BeU, Valerie Boyd, and 
Tera Quails) and resident hall di- 
rector, Dawn Powell. 




Photos by Sonny M 
Jennifer Adams, April Smith, Alicia Smith. Michelle Carter, Tracey Myer, Valerie Yowk, Nikki Middleton, Not pictured:Dawn Powell, Kristin Bell. Carrie 
Steffanie Graves. 



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Hathom Hall is a residence 
hall designed for upperdass 
women, It is located on 
Magruder Street between Rice 
and Cresswell. The residents are 
involved in sororities, depart- 
mental clubs, and other organ- 
izations. There is a wide range of 
academic interests among the 
residents. Each individual who 
lives in Hathom offers a unique 
quality that adds to the Evely 
atmosphere of the hall. Further- 
more, the dedicated hall staff 
works hard to help create a home 
away from home. 



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MULL HALL 

Located by the Chapel, 
Hull Hall may be the best 
kept secret on campus. 
Offering the best access to 
the heart of MSU, Hull is 
home to a diverse group of 
women. Its residents are 
involved in campus organ- 
izations as well as many of 
the women's sports teams. 
With an active Hall 
Council, Hull has become 
a fun place to be and a 
home away from home. 




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HULL HALL 



Student Housr 



Stacy Campbell, Stephanie Hill, Shasta Baker, Bemice Stewart, Lyn Palmer, Stephanie Craft, Delarie Henderson. 



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CRESSWELL 

CressweU Hall strives to aid 
in the growth and develop- 
ment of its residents by of- 
fering and encouraging diverse 
programming. CressweU offers 
social programs, such as Mov- 
ie Night and Area Cookout; 
educational programs, such as 
Modctails for Alcohol Aware- 
ness Week; and cultural pro- 
grams, such as John Home. 
CressweU also promoted WeU- 
ness Week, participated in the 
Halloween Carnival, volun- 
teered to the Very Special 
Arts, and assisted the Choctaw 
County Tornado victims. 



by Ralph Shearer 




i by Kim Palmer 



;nda Eichelberger, Tashia Shante Faintain, Alidia Jackson, Leigh L. Johnson, Tameka L. Johnson, Cantrece Swearenger. Christy Shumpert, Danya L. Orey, 
}uita Ward, Nicole Long, Rochelle Johnson, Gidget Lewis, Merinda Latoya Thompson, Marilyn Trammell. 



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HOMECOMING 




HOMECOMING QUEEN 

SUSAN JENNINGS 



When the polls closed at 5 p.m. on 
Tuesday, October 6, Susan Jen- 
nings had been elected as Missis- 
sippi State's 1992 Homecoming 
Queen. Susan is a senior with a 3.9 
QPA in Accounting. She came to 
Mississippi State as a freshman 
from Gulf Breeze, Florida, but now 
resides in Pittsburgh, Pennsylva- 
nia. 



Since coming to State, Susan 
has been very active on campus 
serving as an Orientation leader, 
Roadrunner secretary, Alumni Del- 
egate, and serves in various hon- 
orary organizations. Susan's spon- 
sor for homecoming was Kappa 
Delta Sorority, where she served 
as Vice-President of Pledge Edu- 
cation and Panhellenic Delegate. 



Homecoming 1992 set a record 
by having such a large voter turn- 
out Around 3,000 people came to 
the election polls to cast their four 
votes. One vote was given to each 
of the four areas: homecoming 
queen, over-all homecoming maid 
from the four classes, and Mr. and 
Miss MSU. 

Susan and her representatives 



spent Saturday afternoon 
welcoming home alumni and 
friends to Mississippi State. The 
court was presented at half- 
time of the Mississippi State 
versus Arkansas State game. 

Photo by Stewart's Photography 



70 Homecoming 




Rebecca Langford 

Maid-At-Large 
Phi Mu Sorority 



MSU Traditions 



A crowd of 59,566 fitted 
Scott Field for the, third largest 
Homecoming crowd at Mis- 
sissippi State. Pre.-ga.me fes- 
tivities began when students 
returned from Fail Break on 
Wednesday, and organiza- 
tions made Homecoming 
signs out of chicken wire and 
tissues. Tfie winner of the 
sign competition was NAIT, 
an engineering organization. 
The Student Association 
sponsored the 5th Annual 
Mud Tug at Fraternity Park at 
1 p.m. Friday afternoon, and 
held a Homecoming parade at 
6 p.m. that began at the Cobb 
Institute of Archeology and 
preceded to the Amphitheater 
where a pep redly was held 
Kappa Delta Sorority took 
ftome a pizza party prize from 
Domino's Pizza jfor winning 
tfie spirit competition. 



Saturday morning, October 
2A, the Homecoming festiv- 
ities 6egan witft Discovery: 
MSU at 9 a.m. Over 1500 
prospective students and their 
parents came to the drill field 
to participate in activities; eat 
jree popcorn, sausages pre- 
pared by our meat processing 
department, and ice cream 
produced by our dairy depart- 
ment; and purchase tickets to 
the afternoon game. Air Bully 
was also on hand for the 
day's events. At 11 cum., the 
Feflbwsftip of Christian Ath- 
letes sponsored a rally at 
Dudy No6(e Fiefd. Tfie spe- 
cial quest was former Mis- 
sissippi State quarterback, Joe 
Reed, (continued) 

Bully and the ROTC get a real work-out 

at the game by doing over 200 push-ups 

for points scored by the dogs. 








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Kick-off was at 1:30 p.m. for the 
Arkansas State game.. Cowbells and 
pom-pons waved from both sides of the, 
stadium as the. flayers and band took to 
the field. The Famous Maroon Marcfutuj 
Band spelled out "STATE" as they 
fayed our fight song. At half-time, the 
Alumni Band joined them, and the 
alumni majorettes performed to "Go, 
Johnny, Go." Also at half-time, the 
Homecoming Court was presented. Coo- 
per Callaway, SA President, crowned 
the queen, and flowers were presented 
by the Alumni Association director. Mr. 
and' Miss MSU were also presented. 

When the dock ran out at the end of 
the fourth Quarter, the Mississippi State 
Bulldogs had taken their own crown 
winning the game 56-6, moving up in 
the pods to #241 

MSU Roadrunner, Steve Wampler, quenched thirsts by 
helping in the Coke booth at Discovery, MSU. 

Laurann Garley and Elizabeth Trevathon spiced up 
Bully's traditional "Maroon, White" chant before kick- 
off. 

Two of Mississippi State's role models- Bully and 1992 
Homecoming Queen, Susan Jennings. 

Tail-gators are a big part of the football traditions at 
Mississippi State. 

Senior maid, Dwilette Pride, signs an autograph for a 
future MSU cheerleader, or homecoming maid. 



Photo by Ralph Shearer 



HOMECOMING 73 



MISS REVEILLE 



74 Miss Reveille 




MOORE 

wins 

TITLE 

On November 17, Gayla 
Moore of Houston was cho- 
sen as Miss Reveille 1993- 
She is a senior majoring in 
elementary education. Gayla 
was sponsored by her par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Moore. 



Reveille Beauties: Candace Hart, Donna Knight 
Miss Xeveiile-Gayh Moore, Adriene Cuteingtoa, 
and Ashley Hays 

L*youc an<l ropy by Brandi \X 




Adriane Cureington was sponsored by Chi Omega 
Sorority. She is a senior majoring in marketing from 
Pearl. 



Candace Hart is a sophomore from Meridian 

majoring in physical therapy. Candace was spon- 
sored by Phi Mu Sorority. 




Ashley Hays is a senior from Jackson majoring in 
elementary education. She was sponsored by Delta 
Gamma Sorority. 



Donna Knight is a senior from Laurel majoring in 
marketing. Donna was sponsored by Delta Gamma 
Sorority. 



Miss Reveille 75 



Our hosts for the evening were from the 
Columbus Air Force Base. 

John Charles Taggart entertained the crowd 
during the pageant intermissions. 




Gayla Moore accepts her roses and silver 
plate. 

Photos by Sonny Mathews 
layout and copy by Michel Crane 




76 Miss Reveille 




Moore Impresses 
Pageant Judges 



Gayla Moore's bright smile 
and sparkling eyes wowed 
the judges and won her the 
crown of Miss Reveille 1993. 
The competition was stiff 
with 59 of Mississippi 
State's finest competed for 
the title. 

For the first year, the 
Campus Activities Board 
sponsored the Miss Reveille 
pageant, which was held on 
November 16 and 17 in the 
Union Ballroom. Practice 
was held on Sunday, No- 
vember 15, to get the 59 
contestants prepared for 
the two-day event. Then, on 
Monday, at 7 p.m., the con- 




testants took the stage as 
they introduced them- 
selves, and modeled their 
evening gowns. Interviews 
were held Tuesday morn- 
ing, and the judges chose 
the Top 20. 

Tuesday night, all 59 con- 
testants introduced them- 
selves in evening gowns to 
friends and family, and the 
Top 20 were announced. 
The final top ten girls an- 
swered a question from 
their interview on stage for 
the final competition. When 
the judging was completed, 
Gayla Moore was crowned 
Miss Reveille 1993. 



Camala Corley, sponsored by Kappa Delta 
Sorority, introduces herself for the first pres- 
entation of the contestants. 

Top 10 finalist, Kelly Wake, models her 
lipstick red gown for the judges. 




The first group of the Top 20 show the 
judges their fabulous smiles. 

Phocos by Ralph Shearer 



77 




MISS MSU 



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Mississippi State crowned Leah Hamner as its 
representative for the Miss Mississippi pageant 
in February of this year. Leah won the pageant 
by scoring high enough in the talent, interview, 
evening gown, and swimsuit competition's 
combined score. 

Leah is a fourth-year senior architecture major 
preparing to finish her degree in Jackson next 
year. She has already earned her interior design 
degree in her home state of Alabama. 

Leah won the talent preliminary with her 
vocal presentation of "This Is The Moment", 
and also won the swimsuit preliminary wearing 
a turquise swimsuit. At the Miss Mississippi 
pageant, she wore an off-white suit of the same 
style. Her platform for the pageant was im- 
proving the arts in education. Art is an im- 
portant aspect of the educational system, and 
should not be abandoned. 

Leah has had previous experience in the Miss 
America pageant through the Alabama system, 
where she was runner-up to Miss Alabama. But 
when she talked of her experience at Miss Mis- 
sissippi, this is what she said, 

"I had a great time, I met my roommate 
while I was there. Vicksburg is so 
receptive to the pageant. Everyone gets 
involved. You prepare, get ready, and 
when you get there, you sit back and 
have fun." 

Leah Hamner, Miss Mississippi State University, 1992 




Leah sings "This is the Moment" for the talent competition. 



Leah Hamner competes for the swimsuit preliminary 



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Ashley Hays- Ashley, first alternate to Miss Mississippi State, is an 
elementary education major. She is a senior from Jackson. Delta 
Gamma sorority sponsored Ashley* who sang "My Mammy" for her 
talent. 



Shawna Bennett- A junior from Picayune, Shawna was chosen as 

Mississippi State's second alternate. Shawna is also an elementary 

education major and was sponsored by Delta Gamma. Shawna's 

talent was singing "Break It To Me Gendy." 




Meg Hargrove- Third alternate, Meg Hargrove, is a senior from 
Starkville. For her talent she sang "Break It To Me Gendy." Meg 
said of her experience with the pageant, "The pageant was one of 
the best experiences I had while at Mississippi State." 




Darbie Pope- Darbie, a senior from Kosciusko, was chosen as Miss 

Mississippi State's fourth alternate. She is a vocal music education 

major and also sang for talent portion of the preliminaries. 



Miss MSU 79 






On February 7, 1992, 
twelve contestants com- 
peted for the title of Miss 
MSU in Lee Hall's 
auditoruim. The pageant 
was based on the theme 
Phantom of the Opera. 
In the preliminary com- 
petitions, the contestants 
had interviews with five 
Mississippi Scholarship 
Pageant judges. Miss 
Mississippi, 1991, Mary 
Allison Hurdle, and Miss 
MSU, 1991, Genevieve Fager, provided special entertain- 
ment for the evening. The twelve contestants were Shawna 
Bennett, Kathy Elisar, Comesha Lesondra Griffin, Leah 
Hamner, Meg Hargrove, Sylvia Lynn Hoque, Ashley Hays, 
Sharon Malone, Lanay Mixon, Darbie Pope, Becky Ru- 
dolph, and Diane Smith. The master of ceremonies was 
Doug Holland. 

The contestants' scores were based on evening gown, 
15%; swimsuit, 15%; interview, 30%; and talent, 40%. 
According to Melinda Smith, the executive director of the 
1992 Miss MSU pageant committee, "The entertainment 
was outstanding. The women are fit, very talented, and 
beautiful. A special quality about the Miss MSU pageant 
that is different from other pageants is that the Miss MSU 
pageant is a scholarship pageant. The pageant allows the 
winner and the alternates the opportunity to continue their 
education." The judges had the hardest decision to choose 
the 1992 Miss Mississippi State University from the very 
talented and beautiful contestants, 
by Lilac Yee 



Miss MSU, 1991, Genevieve Fager, crowns 
Leah Hamner as Miss MSU, 1992. 

Mississippi State University's Top 5 Win- 
ners 

All Photos by Michael Hobby 

layout designet Michel Ctane 




80 Miss MSU 



Fourth alternate, Darbie Pope, models her turquoise gown in evening gown 
competition. 




Contestant, Diane Smith, sang for her talent competition. 

eg Hargrove performs her vocal presentation in a red evening gown with gold 

im. 



MissMSU 81 



MR AND MISS MSU 



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Photo by Ralph Shearei 



EDMONSON AND CALLAWAY 
ELECTED MR AND MISS MSU 



Mr. and Miss MSU 




Owen Edmonson 

Owen Edmonson is a senior accounting major from Madison, 
Mississippi. Her involvement in so many activities has earned 
her the title of Miss MSU. Some of these activities include 
Panhellenic Council president. Student Association Senator, 
Mississippi State Roadrunner, Gamma Alpha Epsilon pres- 
ident, and Delta Gamma Sorority. She has also earned many 
honors including Outstanding Freshman Woman, Outstand- 
ing Sophomore Woman, Cardinal Key Honor Society, and 
Order of Omega. Owen has also donated her time to various 
organlzaitons such as Very Special Arts, March of Dimes, 
Adopt-A-School, and Mississippi Blood Services. 



Photos by Ralph Shearer 



Cooper Callaway 

hooper Callaway is a senior economics/pre-dentistry 
najor from Columbus, Mississippi. His activities include 
iigma Chi Fraternity, where he served as Rush Chair- 
nan and Little Sister Magister; Student Association Sen- 
itor for two years; Alumni Delegate; and MSU Tennis 
'earn. Even witti his busy schedule of activities. Cooper 
las still found time to earn such honors as Elderstates- 
nan, Gamma Beta Fhi, Blue Key Dean's Scholar, and 
low serves us as President of the Student Association, 
hooper has also worked with the surrounding com- 
nunities through various United Way activities. 



Layout and copy designer Brand i Wusr 




Mr and Miss MSU 83 



WHO'S WHO 




JAY ALLEN 

Jackson 

Horticulture 

Orientation Leader, Gamma 
Beta Phi Honorary, Alpha 
Zeta Agriculture Honorary, 
Roadrunner, Pi Alpha Xi, 



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KARA ALLEN 

Nesbitt 


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Nutrition 




Order of Omega, Kappa 


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Omicron Nu, Presidents 


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Scholar, Chi Omega Soror- 


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ciation, 



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STACY BALL 






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Jackson 




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Marketing 




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Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Al- " 
pha Epsilon, Cardinal Key, 
Diamond Girl, Chi Omega 
Sorority, Mu Kappa Tau, 


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LAURA BERNHART 

Clinton 

Accounting 

President's List, Beta Alpha 
Psi Accounting Honorary, 
Delta Delta Delta Sorority, 
Reformed University Fel- 
lowship 





CHARLOTTE 
BOSARGE 




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Gautier 




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English 


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Alpha Lambda Delta, Car- 
dinal Key, Resident Assis- 
tant, Phi Eta Sigma, Pres- 
ident's List, Alumni 
Delegate 








BETH BATSON 

Madison 

English 

Delta Delta Delta Sorority, 
Sigma Tau Delta Interna- 
tional English Honor Soci- 
ety, President's List, Scotch 
Guard 



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JARED BLALOCK 


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Columbus 






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Computer Engineering 


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Elderstatesmen, Phi Eta Sig- 


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ma, Blue Key, Alumni Del- 


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egates, Kappa Alpha Frater- 


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nity, Gamma Beta Phi 




CHRISTY 
BRUMFIELD 

Madison 

Accounting 

Omicron Delta Kappa, Ori- 
entation Leader, Blackfriar's 
Drama Society, Chi Omega 
Sorority, Roadrunner 



Who's Who Photos by Fred Faulk 



84 Who's Who 



Layout Design by Michel Crane 




MEG CAIN 

Wiggins 

Mechanical Engineering 

President's List, American 
Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers, Pi Tau Sigma Engi- 
neering Honorary, Phi Kap- 
pa Phi Honorary 




COOPER CALLAWAY 
Columbus 

Economics/Pre-Dentistry 

Student Association Presi- 
dent, Elderstatesmen, Blue 
Key, Sigma Chi Fraternity, 
Alumni Delegate 




MARY CARAWAY 

Meridian 

Chemical Engineering 

MSU Hall of Fame, Engi- 
neering Ambassadors, Ome- 
ga Chi Epsilon, Famous Ma- 
roon Marching Band, Tau 
Beta Phi 





DORSEY CARSON 


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Jackson 
Political Science 


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Mortar Board, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon Scholarship Chair- 
man, Reflector Staff, Young 
Democrats, Gamma Beta 
Phi Honorary 







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RODNEY CHRISTMAS 


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Collins, Arkansas 


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Veterinary Medicine 


JL.M* 


Alpha Zeta, President's List, 


'*"•-*% JBL 


Block and Bridle, Pre-Vet 


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Club, Student Society for 


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Theriogeneology, SCAVMA 




JUSTIN CLARK 

Olive Branch 

Computer Science 

Upsilon Pi Epsilon, Presi- 
dent's Scholar, University 
Honors Program, Reveille 
Staff, Association of Com- 
puting Machinery 




Who's Who 85 



WHO'S WHO 





ROBIN COOLEY 

Waynesboro 

Accounting 

President's Scholar, Chi 
Omega Sorority Treasurer, 
Beta Alpha Psi Accounting 
Honorary, Student Associa- 





JOHNNY CORBIN 














Lambert 






Agribusiness 
Blue Key National Honor- 




■Syi 


ary, Alpha Zeta, Student As- 
sociation Vice-President, 




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Greek Council for Christ 




SUSAN CROWLEY 
Southaven 

Electrical Engineering 

Tau Beta Phi Engineering 
Honorary, Eta Kappa Nu 
Honorary, President's List, 
Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 




MARY KATHERYNE 
DOLLAR 

Batesville 

Accounting 

Order of Omega, Delta 
Gamma Sorority, Roadrun- 
ner, Student Association 
Treasurer, Order of Omega 




SHAWN DULANEY 

Starkville 

Marketing 

Junior Varsity Cheerleader, 
Beta Gamma Sigma, Black- 
friars Drama Society, MSU 
Madrigals, President's Schol- 




KIM DURHAM 

Carriere 

Biological Engineering/Pre- 
Medicine 

Gamma Alpha Epsilon, Del- 
ta Gamma, Bulldog Hostess, 
College Republicans 




MICHELE EARQLE 



Vicksburg 

Graphic Design 

Senior Chalet Award, Pres- 
ident's List, Gamma Beta 
Phi Society, Phi Kappa Phi 
Honorary, Methodist Stu- 
dent Center 









OWEN EDMONSON 




Madison 


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Accounting 




Panhellinic President, Delta 


Gamma Executive Board, 


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MSU Roadrunner, National 


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Association of Accountants 



86 Who's Who 



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EDWARD EVANS 

Gulfport 

Industrial Engineering 

MSU Image Scholar, Inter- 
Fraternity Council, Air Force 
ROTC, Alpha Phi Fraternity 
President, MSU Marching 
Band 




CHRIS EWING 

Tampa, Florida 

Mechanical Engineering 

Pi Tau Sigma Mechanical 
Engineering Honorary, Pres- 
ident's List, Mortar Board, 
Sigma Chi Fraternity, 
ASHRAE Award 




DENTON FARR 

Piano, Texas 

Communications 

Mortar Board, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon Scholarship Chair- 
man, President's Scholar, 
Roadrunner, Greek Council 
for Christ 



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CATHY GOFORTH 

Derma 

Home Economics 

Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha 
Zeta Professional Fraternity, 
Kappa Omicron Nu Honor 
Society, Delta Delta Delta 
Sorority 




CHRISTI GOLDMAN 



Marietta, Georgia 

Civil Engineering 

Chi Epsilon Civil Engineer- 
ing Honor Society, Engineer- 
ing Student Council, Theta 
Tau Engineering Fraternity 



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PATRICIA GOMEZ 


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Tupelo 


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Psychology 




President's Scholar, Gamma 
Beta Phi Point Secretary, Psi 
Chi Peer Advisor, Black- 
friar's Drama Society 




CRAWFORD GRABOWSKI 

Gulfport 

English 

President's Scholar, Kappa 
Delta Pi Education Honor- 
ary, Kappa Delta Sorority, 
Sigma Tau Delta English 
Honorary 




JEREMY GRAFTON 

Pascagoula 

Chemical Engineering 

Elderstatesmen, Tau Beta 
Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity 
Scholarship Chairman, 
Omega Chi Epsilon 



Who's Who 87 



WHO'S WHO 




KEVIN GREEN 

Jackson, Tennessee 

Landscape Architecture 

Order of Omega Vice- 
President, Roadrunner Pres- 
ident, Sigma Lambda Al- 
pha, Phi Delta Theta, Pres- 
ident's Scholar 




ASHLEY HAYS 

Jackson 

Elementary Education 

Gamma Beta Phi, Delta 
Gamma Sorority, Mississip- 
pi Association of Children 
Under Six, Order of Omega, 
Kappa Delta Pi 




JENAE HEEP 

Tupelo 

Accounting 

President's Scholar, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, 
Gamma Beta Phi, Beta Al- 
pha Psi 



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SALLY HUNT 


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Clarksdale 


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Communications 


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Stateline Newswriter, MISS- 


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COM President, Special Stu- 


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dent Advisory Committee, 


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Roadrunner, Chi Omega So- 


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rority 







CLAIRE JACOBS 


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Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
Communications 


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Cardinal Key Honorary, Or- 
der of Omega, Chi Omega 
Secretary, MISSCOM Treas- 
urer, Campus Activities 
Board 







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MISSY HENSLEY 




Ocean Springs 


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Political Science 


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MSU Roadrunner, Order of 




Omega, Student Association 




Director of University Serv- 


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ices, Kappa Delta Sorority 


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ERIN INGRAM 

Jackson 

Management 

Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Student As- 
sociation Senator, Chi Ome- 
ga Sorority, University Hon- 
ors Program 



GALAGHER JEFF 

Clinton 

Electrical Engineering 

Schillig Leadership Scholar, 
Student Body Senator, Kap- 
pa Sigma Fraternity, College 
Republicans, Lambda Sigma 



88 Who's Who 



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JOHN JENKINS 

Tupelo 

History/Political Science 

Mortar Board, Blue Key, Pi 
Sigma Alpha, FarmHouse 
Fraternity President, Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa, Omicron 
Delta Kappa 




SUSAN JENNINGS 
Gulf Breeze, Florida 

Accounting 

Orientation Leader, Road- 
runner, Alumni Delegate, 
Kappa Delta Sorority, Om- 
icron Delta Kappa, Gamma 
Alpha Epsilon 





BARKER JORDAN 

West Point 

Fitness Management 

Dean's List Scholar, MSU 
Bulldog Hostess, Kappa 
Delta Sorority, Fashion 
Board, MSU Reveille Beauty 




TINA JULIANA 

Starkville 

Industrial Engineering 

Engineering Ambassadors, 
Alpha Pi Mu Honorary Pres- 
ident, Phi Eta Sigma Hon- 
orary, Tau Beta Pi Delegate 
to Nationals 



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LISA KEETON 

Tupelo 


Microbiology 


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Alpha Epsilon Delta Secre- 


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tary, Tri-Beta Vice- 


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President, Gamma Beta Phi, 


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President's Scholar, Phi 




Kappa Phi 




EMILY KIMBRELL 

Starkville 

Interior Design 

Alpha Zeta Honorary, Phi 
Eta Sigma Honorary, Gam- 
ma Beta Phi Honorary, Kap- 
pa Omicron Nu, Phi Kappa 
Phi 



Who's Who 89 



WHO'S WHO 




SHANE KITCHENS 



Forest Products/Furniture 

Gamma Alpha Epsilon 
Honor Fraternity, Presi- 
dent's List, Alpha Gamma 
Rho President, Greek Coun- 
cil for Christ 




TIFFANY LACEY 

Aberdeen 

Accounting 

Beta Alpha Psi, Lambda 
Sigma, Delta Gamma Soror- 
ity, Compass Club First 
Vice-President, Phi Eta Sig- 




CHRISTOPHER LANGE 
Clarksville, Tennessee 

Biochemistry 

Phi Lambda Upsilon, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, President's 
Scholar, Army Color Guard, 
SD Lee Rangers, Scabbard 
and Blade 




BRYAN LEATHERMAN 

Tupelo 

Microbiology 

Elderstatesmen, Gamma 
Beta Phi Honorary, Alpha 
Epsilon Delta Pre-Med Hon- 
orary, Mortar Board, Circle 
K President 





MOLLY LIVINGSTON 
Laurel, Maryland 

Aerospace 

Sigma Gamma Tau Honor- 
ary Society, U.S. Air Force 
ROTC, University Honors 
Program, President's Scholar 




CANDIDO LOPEZ 

Starkville 

Mechanical Engineering 

Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Tau Sig- 
ma, Mortar Board, Presi- 
dent's Scholar, American So- 
ciety of Mechanical 
Engineers 



90 Who's Who 




AMY MARQUEZ 

Clinton 

Political Science 

Cardinal Key Honorary, 
Gamma Beta Phi, Pi Sigma 
Alpha, Student Association 
Attorney General, Lambda 
Sigma 




KELLY MASON 

Houston 

Interior Design 

Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi 
Kappa Phi, Delta Gamma, 
Bulldog Hostess, Student 
Association of Interior De- 
sign President 





DENISE MCDONALD 


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Vicksburg 


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Communications 


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The Reflector Feature Editor, 
Gamma Beta Phi, The Rev- 




eille staff, University Honors 
Council, Gamma Beta Phi 


^MKS^ JF&iSi 






KENNY MCNEAL 

New Albany 

Business Information 
Systems 

Alpha Iota Delta, Order of 
Omega, Blue Key, Mortar 
Board, FarmHouse Fraterni- 
ty President 




MELINDA MILLER 

Waveland 

Biology/General Science 

National Dean's List, Phi 
Beta Lambda Social Chair- 
person, Pre- Vet Club, Girl 
Scouts of America 



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JEFFREY MINTON 




Leland 


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Marketing 




Elder Statesmen President, 


ga #A 


Alumni Delegate, Lambda 


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Sigma Honor Society, Kap- 


MiAm 


pa Alpha Fraternity, Blue 
Key 




MEG MONTGOMERY 
Canton 

Communications 

Student Association Senate, 
Kappa Delta President, Or- 
der of Omega, Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Roadrunner 



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SARAH MOONEY 

Petal 

Biological Engineering 

Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa 
Phi, Hearrin-Hess Engineer- 
ing Scholarship, Engineering 
Student Council, Dean's 
Scholar 



Who's Who 91 



WHO'S WHO 




LISA MORICI 

Maisonville, Louisiana 

Biology 

Mortar Board President, 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta 
Beta Beta Historian, Alpha 
Epsilon Delta Pre-Med, 
Roadrunner 



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AIME MRACICH 


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River Ridge, Louisiana 


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Home Economics Education 


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Resident Assistant, Pom 
Squad Captain, Orientation 
Leader, Home Economics 
Club, Catholic Student As- 
sociation 




MICKI MULLINS 

Natchez 

Accounting 

Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Eta Sig- 
ma, Gamma Beta Phi, Mis- 
sissippi State Striders, Pres- 
ident's List, Phi Kappa Phi 



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JULIE NOBLE 




Ocean Springs 


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Elementary Education 




Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Delta 


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Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, 


fete' < i 


Kappa Delta Sorority, Var- 


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sity Cheerleader, Greek All- 


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Sing 



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MATT NORRIS 


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Marks 


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Management Information 


\31p# 


Systems 


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Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraterni- 


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ty, Data Processing Manage- 


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ment Association, Alpha 


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Iota Delta 



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ANITA OWENS 






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Political Science 




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Stennis Scholar, Phi Kappa 
Phi, Pi Sigma Alpha, Fa- 
mous Maroon Band, Polit- 
ical Science Student Associ- 
ation 


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SHAWN OLIVER 



Agricultural 
Communication 

Alpha Zeta Honorary, 
CAHE Ambassador, Mortar 
Board, MISSCOM Commu- 
nicators, PRAM 




KIMBERLY PACE 

Gulfport 

Biological Engineering 

Dean's List, Phi Eta Sigma 
Honorary, Gamma Beta Phi 
Honorary, Angel Flight, Na- 
tional Society of Black En- 
gineers 



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ERIC PETRUS 


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Helena, Arkansas 


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Mechanical Engineering 


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Bulldog Handbook Editor, 


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Phi Gamma Delta Fraterni- 




ty, Fashion Board, Academic 


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Honesty Board, Lambda 


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Sigma 




DEBBIE POTTER 
Jackson 

Elementary Education 

Gamma Beta Phi, Presi- 
dent's List, Compass Club, 
National Education Associ- 
ation, Delta Gamma Soror- 




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TIFFANY SCHNEIDER 


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Chalmette, Louisiana 


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Sociology/Corrections 


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President's Scholar, MSU 


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Volleyball, M-Club, MSU 


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Corrections Association, 


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Special Olympics Volunteer 




BETH SCHREINER 



Birmingham, Alabama 

Fitness Management 

Phi Kappa Phi, Angel 
Flight, Delta Delta Delta So- 
rority, Reformed University 
Fellowship, Mortar Board 




Who's Who 93 



WHO'S WHO 




TANYA TAYLOR 

Greenwood 

Marketing 

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority, Al- 
pha Lambda Delta, Cardinal 
Key, Home Economics 
Club, Panhellinic Council 




BETH THOMAS 

Springboro, Ohio 

Speech Communication 

Chi Omega Sorority, Dean's 
List, Roadrunner, MSU 
Matchmate, MSU Play Pro- 
ductions, Very Special Arts 
Vounteer 






FRED TYNER 

Canton 

Civil Engineering 

Chi Epsilon Vice-President, 
Tau Beta Phi, President's 
Scholar, Phi Mu Alpha Sin- 
fonia, Famous Maroon Band 




PATRICIA VIERRA 



Graphic Design 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Ori- 
entation Leader, Delta Delta 
Delta Sorority, Phi Eta Sig- 
ma, Pi Delta Phi French 
Honorary 





MELANIE WADE 




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Aberdeen 


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mm. 


Marketing Education 




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Phi Theta Kappa Scholar- 




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ship, Famous Maroon Band, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Gamma 
Beta Phi, Campus Crusade 
for Christ 









STEVE WAMPLER 

Starkville 

Foreign Languages 

Gamma Beta Phi, German 
Club, MSU Roadrunner, Phi 
Kappa Phi, President's 
Scholar, Outstanding Hon- 
ors Senior 




TIFFANY WALDEN 

Starkville 

Secondary Education 

Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sig- 
ma, President's Scholar, 
Outstanding College Stu- 
dents of America, Kappa 
Delta Pi 



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Starkville 

Elementary Education 

Kappa Delta Pi Education 
Honorary, Dean's Scholar, 
Mississippi Association of 
Children Under Six 



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St. Louis, Missouri 

Elementary Education 

Kappa Delta Pi, Gamma 
Beta Phi, President's List, 
Phi Theta Kappa, Black Ac- 
ademic Achievement Award 




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Clinton 

Chemistry 

Phi Kappa Phi, President's 
List, Phi Gamma Fraternity 
President, MSU Budo Club, 
United Way Tutor 




VAN WURM 

Clinton 

Chemical Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi, Omega Chi Ep- 
silon Secretary, Lambda Sig- 
ma, Phi Gamma Delta Fra- 
ternity, Engineering Student 
Council 




HAROLD YATES 

Madison 

Communications 

Lambda Sigma, Gamma 
Beta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, 
Stateline News Program, 
National Dean's List, The 
Reflector 





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Nettleton 

Accounting 

Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Alpha 
Psi, President's List, Orien- 
tation Leader, Kappa Delta 
Sorority, Varsity Cheerleader 




LESLIE ZACHARIAS 

Starkville 

Accounting 

Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar 
Board, Beta Alpha Psi, Om- 
icron Delta Kappa, Chi 
Omega Sorority President, 
Fashion Board 



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School of 



Ag and Home Ec 



"Success favors the prepared mind." J.Paul Thaxton 

The College of Agriculture and Home Economics is one of five 
major segments of the Division of Agriculture, Forestry, and 
Veterinary Medicine. Agriculture has changed tremendously 
since World War II and is continuing to do so. It is no longer 
simply "farming." Today's agricultural industry includes the 
actual production of food and fiber, businesses and industries 
which provide the farmer with goods and services and which 
process and distribute farm products, and agricultural research 
and education. 



Concerned in this broad sense, agriculture is the largest and most 
essential industry in this country, or in the world. Yet our land- 
grant universities, including Mississippi State University, are 
now graduating many fewer than the number needed to fill the 
jobs available each year to college agricultural graduates. As we 
look at today's agriculture and review the many changes which 
are taking place in the size of farm or operation, labor employed, 
capital investment, technical knowledge and skill required, 
management information needed, and the type of student 
enrolled, it becomes increasingly clear that the agricultural 
curricula must be developed which create new combinations of 
training in science, business, and technical agriculture. To pro- 
vide such training, the College continuously revises and re- 
organizes its undergraduates' curriculum and instructional pro- 
grams. 

Above right-T5t. Fox is the Dean of Agriculture and Home 
Economics. 










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science at MSU, says that his students have 
taught him to ''always try to be fair to everyone." 
He tries to listen to his students and encourages 
them to learn how to think and not just mem- 
orize facts. "When we learn to think, we are 
usually successful," believes Thaxton. His advice 
to graduating seniors is "work hard, be happy 
and strive to make your world just a little better 
than you found it." 






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The College of Agriculture and Home Economics is one of the most diverse colleges at MSU. Students may 
study anything from animal husbandry to interior design. 










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School of 



Architecture 




"Become the most engaging critic of yourself." Michael Ben 



The profession of architecture offers the student the 
opportunity to participate in improving the physical 
world, in solving problems of our society, and in giving 
form to the needs of modem 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 pro- 
fession in the State of Mississippi and provides for the 
development of the individual skills and understand- 
ing to prepare the student for his or her role in the 
practices of architecture. 

The School of Architecture offers an intense, carefully 
structured, and rich array of courses which constitute a 
solid foundation for architectural practice. While cour- 
sework is comprehensive in scope, providing the stu- 
dents with an awareness of the diversity and com- 
plexity of today's professional world, each course has 
its own important role in developing the unique 
knowledge and abilities required of architects in a 
modern world. 

The School of Architecture at Mississippi State Uni- 
versity is the professional school for the State of 
Mississippi and is the only program in the state which 
leads to a professional degree in architecture. Dean 
John M. McRae, pictured above right, has served as 
the dean of the school since August 1987. 







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Architecture work incredibly long hours drawing, rendering, and constructing their projects. 



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College of 
Arts and Sciences 



"If any legimate intellectual issue is boring to 

The College of Arts and Sciences provides the fundamental 
training needed by all persons who wish to become college 
graduates. Students in all undergraduate schools and colleges in 
the University take more than half their courses during the first 
two years in the College of Arts and Sciences. In addition, the 
College provides preprofessional curricula for students who take 
their professional training elsewhere. 

One of the most diverse colleges at MSU, the College of Arts and 
Sciences offers majors in everything from art to physics. The 
educational mission of the College, as an undergraduate college, 
is two fold: to provide students with a liberal education which 
will facilitate intellectual development and a life-long pursuit of 
knowledge, and to give these students the in-depth edcation in 
at least one specialized area necessary to prepare them for a career 
or for advanced study. 

A liberal education attained in this context should ensure that 
graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences have gained an 
understanding and appreciation of human culture. They should 
have examined the social, historical, political, philosophical and 
economic dimensions of the human condition and mankind's 
perception of the world as it is expressed through the fine arts, 
language, and literature. They should have learned the use of 
quantitative and scientific methods and should have partic- 
ipated in the universal quest to comprehend natural phenomena 

and to utilize this knowledge beneficially and ethically. 

Above righl-Dn. Jim L. Soloman, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. 
Right-During the summer of 1992 the Cobb Institute of Archeology worked on 
the Lahav Project in Israel. These are the skeletal remains that were uncovered 
during the project. They are of a 5,500 year old male on whom a house is 
believed to collapsed. 



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Left-English professor Dr. Patrick Creevy 
is about a quarter of the way through his 
second novel — its topic is a secret. 
Creevy realizes that "English is a terrifying 
subject to a significant percentage of the 
population" and that "a teacher of writing 
needs to be a psychiatrist as well as a 
grammarian." His advice to freshmen is 
to "eliminate as fast as possible any 
prejudicies you might entertain against 
any field of study." 




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Ceramics is one of the fun and creative classes offered by the College of Arts and Sciences. Students are given 

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College of 
Business and Ind. 



The College of Business and Industry, organized in 1915, is the 
oldest College of Business in the state and one of the oldest in the 
South. In 1979, the Department of Accounting was designated 
as the School of Accountancy in answer to a need for attention to 
the unique requirements of the growing profession of ac- 
countancy. This college is a professional college which provides a 
broad education together with a wide range of programs in 
Accounting, Business, and Economics. 

The Mission of the College of Business and Industry is to 
provide: intellectual, cultural, and professional development for 
the people enrolled in its instructional programs, discovery of 
new and useful knowledge through academic and applied re- 
search, and effective application of knowledge in the business 
and economic development of the state, region, and nation 
through service activities. 

The purpose of the various curriclua in the College is generally to 
provide for a broad education, preparing the student for im- 
aginative and responsible leadership role in business and society. 
In essence, the student who graduates from the College of ? 
Business and Industry should be able to deal with the technical 
complexities of his/her chosen career, have the ability to reason 
and independently make decisions, possess communicative 
skills, have an appreciation for the human condition, and have 
an inclusive perspective on society and progress. Above right-Dt. 
Harvey Lewis is the Dean of Business and Industry. 





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committed. They should be committeed to their 
religion, their family, and the company for whom 
they go to work," says Dr. Henrj/ W, Nash, of 
the College of Business and Industry, He believes 
that students should learn that "You can't get fey 
with a half-hearted commitment." Nash has 
been teaching for forty years and is now teaching 
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Mike Butler of Mississippi Power discusses career opportunities with Kent Busbee. The Career Day Fair 
offers students the opportunity to talk to representatives of many employers, 



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Education 



The College is actively involved in the Vety Special Atts Festival, 
a ptogtam designed to demonstrate how the arts can be used as 
educational tools for handicapped learners. Dr. Arnold J. Moore 
serves as Dean of the College of Education. 



"Your attitude is contagious. Is yours worth catching?" Susan Boleware 



The College of Education is responsible for all teacher education 
at Mississippi State University. All students who plan to qualify 
to teach must be formally admitted to the teacher education 
program. The College is a professional college committed to 
fulfilling the three functions — to provide undergraduate and 
graduate professional preparation for teachers, administators, 
school service personnel, and others who assume education- 
related positions in settings other than schools; to collaborate 
with school personnel, educational agencies, professional groups, 
and others interested in the evaluation and improvement of 
educational opportunities, programs, and services; and to pro- 
mote and conduct experimental and other research studies 
designed to improve educational practice and to advance ed- 
ucational theory. The College is organized to offer curricula and 
services for the preparation of teachers in early childhood, 
elementary, middle, and secondary school classrooms; personnel 
to serve in various levels of school and administrative positions; 
supervisory personnel for curricular development and instruc- 
tional improvement; individuals for a wide variety of guidance 
and student personnel positions; and professional educators in 
colleges, community, technical and vocational schools, and gov- 
ernmental agencies. 




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Left-Introduction to Desktop Publishin- 
ing is Susan Boleware's favorite class to 
teach. She is "able to see students begin 
this class thinking they have very little 
creative ability and leave at the end of the 
semester with a publishable, mailable doc- 
ument in hand." Boleware believes that 
"students should know how to be flexible 
and adjust to situations. The ability to 
draw from previous experiences to make 
appropriate choices would be an asset to 
any student." 



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One of the "hands on" classes in the College of Education is art for children. These future teachers learn the 
skills necessary to interest children in art. 











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College of 
Engineering 




The College of Engineering is a professional college 
whose purposes are to provide both undergraduate and 
graduate instruction in engineering, to conduct basic 
and applied research of an engineering nature, and to 
engage in engineering extension and public service 
activities. To accomplish these objectives, the College 
of Engineering is organized into three functional units: 
Research and Graduate Studies, Undergraduate Af- 
fairs, and Engineering Services. 





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his classes for thirty-two years. He tries to teach 
his students "to try and understand the un- 
derlying principles of the scientific and engi- 
neering subjects that the professors cover in class. 
Don't just unconsciously work the assigned prob- 
lems." Wehr believes that graduating seniors of 
the college of engineering "should know how to 
systenatically solve the tasks they encounter in 
industry and should use their imagination to 
come up with innovative solutions." 






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School of 



Forestry 



"What you achieve in your life is up to you." William Ela 



The School of Forestry Resources is composed of the De- 
partments of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries, and Forest 
Products. Careers in forest industry manufacturing are directly 
related to Mississippi's growing industrial manufacturing base 
in lumber, pulp and paper, and furniture. These career op- 
portunities are concerned with quality control, production con- 
trol, product and process development, personnel relations, 
management, and engineering. 

Wood as a fiber source and material of construction is as 
important in today's high tech society as it was in the early years 
of the country's growth and development. Diminishing supplies 
of non-renewable resources and increased costs for their pro- 
curement assures wood an important role in traditional and non- 
traditional use in the form of fiber, composite panels, solid wood 
building components, home furnishings and eventually as an 
important chemical raw material. Continued use of wood, the 
variety of products that can be produced from it, and the need to 
restructure the industry to compete in world markets provide an 
exciting and challenging future for the wood-using industries 
and expanded career opportunities for wood scientists, forest 
products specialists, and wood industry managers. Above rigbt- 
Dr. Thompson is the Dean of the College of Forestry Resources. 




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compilation on a woody plant seed manual for 
the country of Pakistan and is researching tree 
seeds from tropical rainforests. His favorite class 
to teach is Forest Fire, because "first, the class 
material is very broad in scope having elements of 
physics, chemistry, biology, meterology, forestry, 
etc. Second, it is amusing to see how a burning 
drip torch brings out the pyromania in a student. 
Their eyes light up, (No pun intended.)" 







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Tlie School of Forest Resources is now housed in its new 63,000 square foot building. Once housed in six 
different locations, the school will benefit from its newfound unity. 






College of 
Veterinary Med. 



"Save time for yourself; enjoy solitude." John Harkness 



The College of Veterinary Medicine was established 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 permanent College facilities, completed in the fall 
of 1981, include the learning resources building, the 
animal health center, and the research facility. College 
programs, faculty and staff offices are located in these 
facilities. 

The primary objective of the College is to be relevant 
to the needs of Mississippi. In quest of this objective, 
the College will provide training in the sciences re- 
quired for a career in veterinary medicine. The College 
program focuses on the skills of a general practioner 
who will serve the animal-owning public of Mis- 
sissippi. Dr. H. Dwight Mercer, pictured above right, 
serves as Dean of the College of Vet Med. 



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Left- "Save time for yourself; enjoy sol- 
itude. Take walks, study alone, and read 
Homer's Iliad on your own" is Dr. John 
Harkness's advice to entering freshmen. 
He has learned from his students that 
"loneliness and lack of self-confidence are 
felt by most of us, and that knowledge 
should affect how we interact with oth- 
ers." Harkness is currently preparing the 
fourth edition of his book The Biology and 
Medicine of Rabbits and Rodents. 




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Students of the College of Vet Med tate for and train Bully (the real dog). They take the faithful MSU 

mascot to many school related events to boost MSU spirit. 













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College 
Board 









The College Board was created specifically to remove political interference 
from the administration of statewide higher education. Its members are 
appointed by the Governor. They serve twelve-year terms which are 
staggered to prevent any one group of political appointees from gaining 
control of the board. 





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Executive Council 



: Executive Council began a series of monthly 
:tings with representatives of other university 
ricils and committees this year. The Faculty 
incil, Deans Council, Council on Minority Af- 
>, the Student Association, and others met with 
Executive Council to discuss matters that con- 
i their organizations in hopes of making MSU a 
:er place. The Executive Council is made up of 
president, vice presidents, athletic director, and 
president. 

we-FrontiDr. Roy Ruby, Vice President of 



Student Affairs; Dr. Randy Robinette, Chair 
of Faculty Council; Ms. Retha Bushby, Chair 
of Staff Advisory Council; Dr. Bill McDaniel, 
Provost and Vice President of Academic Af- 
fairs. Back:Mr. Larry Templeton, Athletics Di- 
rector; Dr. Ralph Powe, Vice President for Re- 
search; Dr. Billy Ward, Vice President for 
Institutional Advancement; Dr. Donald Zacharias, 
President; Dr. Rodney Foil, Vice President for 
Agriculture, Forestry, and Veterinary Medicine; Dr. 
George Verrall, Vice President for Business Affairs; 
Mr. Charles Guest, University Counsel. 



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President 
Zacharias 



"Mississippi State is a growing, changing university." 

Change is the common denominator among modern organizations. Mis- 
sissippi State is a growing, changing university. After more than a year of 
intensive review, self-examination and debate, the institution has adopted 
a long-range plan to focus its academic programs in the areas of human 
resources development, economic and community advancement, science 
and technology, and environmental quality. 

These focus areas match major strengths of our university with major 
needs of the State of Mississippi. By structuring academic programs to 
emphasize fields of particular stength, we can concentrate limited re- 
sources to produce the greatest benefits for the state. This approach will 
allow Mississippi State to do the very best job it can of serving Mississippi 
and its people, as well as the region and the nation. 

In human resources development, the university will provide broad-based 
general and liberal education, preparation for lifelong learning, preparation 
for careers, and service to citizens of the state. 

In economic and community advancement, the university will aid state 
development in areas including agriculture and forest products, business, 
community and government management, manufacturing, and social and 
policy analysis. 

In science and technology, the university will emphasize strengths such as 
engineering, biotechnology, computing, animal and plant sciences, food 
technology and manufacturing technology. 

In environmental quality, the university will help ensure quality of life 
through work in air and water quality, food quality, natural resource 
management and waste management. 




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university's alumni and other friends are needed now more than ever. 1 



Mississippi State has embarked on a bold agenda of service to Mississit', 
the nation, and the world. Our faculty, staff and students are commit!! 
to its success. To aid in that effort, we are laying the groundwork for 
university's first major gifts campaign, with a view of solidifying 
accomplishments of the past and securing the opportunities of the futi ■ 
Our goal is to make Mississippi State University stronger, more focus 
and more valuable to Mississippi and the world beyond. 

-Donald W. Zacharias, President 



The university's effort to shape its own future has been neither easy nor 
painless. Other difficult choices no doubt lie ahead in higher education as 
Mississippi State adjusts to meet the needs of all our citizens. The 



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Division of 



Research 



Bringing national recognition to Mississippi State. 

The Division of Research has been organized with regular interaction and 
communications with each college 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 external funding. The 
Division of Research has been designated a Carnegie Research I In- 
stitution. One of the goals of the Division of Research is the identification 
of programs which have a significant potential for achieving national 
recongition and to provide the assistance necessary to achieve such 
recognition. 




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Photo by Ralph Shearer 

illie Harris stretches out to 
make a gymnastic grab. He 
had a fantastic season at wide re- 
ceiver. 

Torrance Brown and Scott 
Gumina put the hit on an Ar- 
kansas State running back in an at- 
tempt to deny an Indian the first 
down. Jimmie Myles, Herman Car- 
roll, Daniel Boyd, and another MSU 
defender pursue the play. 



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In 1991, Coach Jackie Sherrill 
brought new-found excitement to 
Bulldog football with a 7-5 record 
and a Liberty Bowl appearance. 
This season's #24 AP preseason 
ranking renewed that feeling of ex- 
citement. Mississippi State began 
the season at Texas. An outstanding 
Bulldog effort led to a 28-10 win 
over the Longhorns. The next 
week, however, the Bulldogs suf- 
fered a loss at the hands of LSU, 24- 
3. The Bulldogs were at Memphis 
State 7 days later, looking for re- 
demption. The Dogs barely escaped 
the Tigers with a less than brilliant 
20-16 win. 

Coming off a much needed open- 
date, State played host to the Florida 
Gators. A stellar defensive perfor- 
mance led to a 30-6 thrashing of the 
Gators. The win put the Bulldogs 
right back in the SEC hunt and gave 
them a #19 AP ranking. The next 



game against Auburn was a defen- 
sive struggle, but the Dogs managed 
to pull out a 14-7 win. 

Seven days later, an emotional 0-5 
South Carolina team outplayed the 
Dogs, 21-6. Homecoming, a week 
later, brought Arkansas State to 
town. State whipped the Indians, 56- 
6. 

In the most exciting win of the 
season, State ended its road SEC 
woes by blocking a field goal in the 
final seconds of the game to beat 
Kentucky, 37-36. The next week, 
Arkansas arrived at Scott Field to 
give way to another defensive strug- 
gle. The MSU defense kept the 
Hogs out of the endzone and scored 
the only touchdown of the game to 
win 10-3. 

On November 14, one of the big- 
gest games in college football was 
played at Scott Field against #2 Al- 
abama. The Tide looked to have its 



way with MSU, as they went in 
halftime ahead 17-3. The Bulldo 
came out in the 2nd half fired u 
scoring 1 8 points in the 3rd quarte 
However, missed opportunities cri 
pled State in the 4th quarter 
Bama went on to win 30-21. R 
gardless of the loss, the Bulldogs h; 
reason to hold their heads up aftl 
gaining over 300 yards on the nl 
tion's top ranked defense. 

The regular season came to I 
close in Oxford. After pulling ahesl 
10-0 in the first half, the Bulldo 
gave up 17 unanswered points I 
Ole Miss. The game ended wi: 
MSU being denied a touchdown cl 
11 plays inside the Rebels' 12 yaJ 
line. 

After a terrific 7-4 regular seaso 
the Bulldogs found themselves wii 
an invitation to meet North Car 
lina in the Peach Bowl on January 
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enior Chris Bosarge holds as 
placekicker Chris Gardner sets 
o boot one of three field goals 
nst SEC foe Florida. 




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iring one of 40 pass attempts, 
Quarterback Greg Plump 
iids pressure from a UNC defend- 
er. Senior Center Lee Ford provid- 
ed protection for Bulldog quarter- 
backs during the season. 



'72x )u "yi n g his way through the 
f"S path cleared by Kenny Rob- 
erts, John James, Lee Ford, and Jes- 
se James, Sophomore Michael Davis 
presses for added yardage. Davis is 
expected to play a large roll in the 
MSU running game during the up- 
coming season. 



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?or the 2nd straight year, 
ach Jackie Sherrill led MSU 
post-season play. This year 
; Bulldogs met the UNC 
rheels in the 25th anniver- 
y Peach Bowl. The game, 
lyed in the new Georgia 
me, set attendance records 
:h 69,125. The bowl marked 
: first time since 1941 that the 
lldogs had played in January. 
rhe game erupted with 
,000 cowbells deafening the 
Id of play. The Bulldogs, in 
roon pants and white jerseys, 
ened up the scoring with a 3 
■d TD pass to Orlanda Truitt. 
ris Gardner made it a 7-0 
,d. Afterward, the defense 



stepped on and thwarted the ad- 
vance of UNC. Closing out the 
first quarter scoring, Roberts 
ran 22 yards to put the Bulldogs 
up 14-0. 

During the 2nd half, however, 
any Bulldog scoring seemed 
haunted by a referee's whistle. 
An 82 yard TD reception by 
Truitt was called back. In the 
same quarter a 21 yard TD re- 
ception by Truitt was also called 
back. State went into half-time 
with a 14-0 lead. 

UNC came out in the second 
half and drove the ball against 
the Bulldog defense for their 
only offensive TD. A UNC 
blocked punt, recovery, and run 



tied the score at 14-14. 

In the 4th quarter, UNC in- 
tercepted a Plump pass and re- 
turned it for a 45 yards for a 
TD. Midway through the 4th, 
Gardner made a 46 yard field 
goal to close the gap 21-17. 
Even though the Bulldogs put 
together a last minute drive, 
they were unable to convert for 
any more points. 

MSU dominance on the field 
was not reflected on the score- 
board. Despite the 21-17 loss, 
Quarterback Greg Plump went 
away with 24-40 receptions for 
287 yards and 2 TDs, and 440 
yards of total offense. 

— Joey Rodgers 




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f\ /"ith two UNC defenders in 
LA / pursuit, Senior Runningback 
Kenny Roberts attempts to turn the 
corner for an MSU firstdown. Dur- 
ing his years at MSU, Roberts was a 
vital weapon in the offensive attack. 



Qrabing a pass from Greg Plump, 
Junior Wide Receiver Orlanda 
itt makes yet another big play. 
Truitt's offensive prowess played a 
big part in MSU's momentum dur- 
ing their Peach Bowl appearance. 





Quarterback Greg Plump darts 
through a hole left by offensive 
lineman Brian Wright's block. Greg 
took over as State's #1 QB when 
Sleepy Robinson went down with an 
injury during the Florida contest. 



L^Ounning back Kenny Roberts at- 
|>t^tempts to escape the grasp of 
Alabama's Eric Curry. Roberts was 
Mississippi State's leading rusher 
with an average of 5.6 yards per 
carry, gaining 597 yards this season. 




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rY lorida's Shane Matthews is suiting in a sack for a big loss of 

Tunable to evade heavy pursuit yardage. Both Gibson and Henry 

■S by nosetackle Arleye Gibson played vital roles in one of the SEC's 

d defensive end Kevin Henry, re- top defensive lines. 




to by Ron Allen 




Interview with a 



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If you ever wanted to 
know what MSU football 
players are really like, I 
caught up with two of them. 

Senior Lee Ford, known as 
"Mr. Versatility," was 
pleased with this season's 
Bulldog performance. One 
of the things he enjoyed 
most about being a member 
of the football team was the 
comraderie between the 
players. Ford wanted all the 
fans to know that they were 
great and that he "loved 'em 
to death." He now looks for- 
ward to joining the ranks of 
Bulldog fans as an alumnus. 
True to Ford's love of a chal- 
lenge, he dreams of playing 
in the NFL. If that doesn't 
work out, however, he plans 
to pursue a career in Petro- 
leum Engineering. 

Junior Free Safety Kelvin 



Knight was as personable as 
he could be. He described 
himself as a family man who 
likes quiet and peace. On the 
football field, however, 
Knight is pure business. He 
said his best moment this sea- 
son was when he picked off a 
pass during the Memphis 
State game. In general, 
Knight said he enjoys com- 
peting with other teams. 
However, he does enjoy the 
atmosphere of fun, support, 
and comraderie of the team. 
Knight said the team is there 
to comfort you when you are 
down, and to celebrate with 
you when your good times 
roll around. For the record, 
Knight said he has 1 more 
year left and he intends to 
make it his very best. 
— Audra I. Moore 






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Photo by Kim Palmt 



Sophomore Melvin Hayes pres- 
sures an opposing quarterback 
in an effort to pick up a sack. Soph- 
omore Scott Gumina follows the 
play. 

Junior Frankie Luster, Sopho- 
more Scott Gumina, Seniors 
Keith Joseph and Marc 
Woodard, and the rest of the de- 
fensive unit take a well deserved 
break. State's defense held oppo- 
nents to just 16 points per game. 



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Photo by Ralph She 



Game Winning 



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"he Bulldog defense had a 
sational year, holding 5 of 
Dpponents to 10 points or 
. State was paced by line- 
ker Daniel Boyd with 128 
il tackles; 76 were unas- 
ed. Juan Long participat- 
in 119 stops, with 7 for a 
s of yardage. Marc 
iodard was in on 91 tack- 
including 10 behind the 
i of scrimmage. Arleye 
>son led defensive line- 
n with 79 total tackles and 
vin Knight paced defen- 
I backs with 69 stops. Je- 
tie Brown led the assault 
opposing quarterbacks 
h 4 sacks. Kevin Henry 



and Keith Joseph each had 3 
sacks. 

Kelvin Knight and Charlie 
Davidson led State in inter- 
ceptions with 4. Frankie 
Luster picked off 3 passes 
and Edward Williams had 2 
interceptions. 

Knight led in yet another 
catagory with 10 broken up 
passes, followed by Williams 
with 9 deflections. Daniel 
Boyd led linebackers with 7 
batted passes. 

Both Knight and Davidson 
went on the offensive by 
scoring touchdowns on turn- 
overs. Knight returned an in- 
terception and Davidson 




scored on a recovered fum- 
ble. 

Punter Todd Jordan put 
up All-SEC numbers with an 
average of 43.6 yards per 
kick, including a 67 yard 
punt during the South Car- 
olina contest. On 19 occa- 
sions, Jordan's punts pinned 
opponents inside their own 
20 yard line. 

State managed 3 blocked 
kicks this season. Jeff Ar- 
tigues and Daniel Boyd each 
blocked a field goal attempt, 
while Charlie Davidson de- 
nied an extra point attempt. 
— John Benjamin Spence 



^")unnin 
[■^eludes 



gback Karl Williamson 



der to pick up another Bulldog first 
down. Williamson was among the 
scoring leaders with 4 touchdowns. 








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lississippi State had a ter- 
; offensive season statis- 
lly. In obtaining a 7-4 rec- 
, the Bulldogs out-scored 
ir opponents 235-176. At 
tt Field, State scored a 
Dpping 131 points, corn- 
ed to the opponent's 52. 
lace kicker Chris Gard- 
led MSU's scoring effort 
i 58 points via 15 field 
Is and 13 extra points. He 
followed by Michael Da- 
who scored 32 points and 
rl Williamson with 24 
nts. 

Lenny Roberts paced the 
ldog ground attack with 
' of State's 2,079 net rush- 
yards. He was followed 



by Michael Davis who 
pounded for 474 yards and 5 
touchdowns and William 
Prince with 191 net yards. 

Quarterback Greg Plump 
led MSU's passing attack by 
throwing for 863 yards and 4 
touchdowns. William 
"Sleepy" Robinson followed 
with 319 yards, before being 
lost to injury, and Todd Jor- 
dan with 268 yards. Quar- 
terback was a highly versitile 
position this season. Plump 
with 112 yards and 3 touch- 
downs and Robinson with 
135 yards and 1 touchdown 
were among the team leaders 
in rushing. 

Willie Harris was the fa- 



vorite Bulldog passing tar- 
get, making 35 receptions 
for 574 yards and 3 touch- 
downs. Orlando Truitt had 
22 grabs for 379 yards and 3 
touchdowns. Kenny Roberts 
came out of the backfield to 
pick up 132 yards on 17 re- 
ceptions. 

State's return team was an- 
chored by Tony James who 
picked up 438 yards on kick- 
offs and 358 yards on re- 
turned punts. Kenny Roberts 
brought back Mississippi 
State's longest kickoff return 
for 54 yards. 
— John Benjamin Spence 




) by 'Ralph Shearer 

>enior Lee Ford, Junior Bill Sar- 
, tin, and Senior John James cool 
State's offensive line was hot, 
igh, allowing the Bulldogs to 
eve a rushing average of 4. 1 
Is per carry. 




s — \ophomore Drum Major M 
^^chael Laird glances over h 
shoulder to ensure the band is ge 
ting into place for a halftime show 



The Famous Maroon 

-BAND 

The oldest band in the are Business and Industry 



South is directed by Dr. Kent 
Sills. The assistant director is 
Elva Kaye Lance. 

The band consists of 325 
members including instru- 
ment players, majorettes, 
twirlers, and flag corps. 
These members come from 
all colleges and schools. Ap- 
proximately 33 percent are 
Arts and Sciences Majors, 25 
percent are Engineering Ma- 
jors, 22 percent are Educa- 
tion Majors, and 12 percent 

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fiftte 





Photo by Ralph Shearer 

The Majorettes perform for the 
students during the halftime 
show. Each home game required the 
Majorettes to learn a new routine. 



[arching along the sidelines be- 
fore the game, The Famous 
Maroon Band prepares to enter 
the stands. Precision marching de- 
mands many hours of practice. 



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Majors. 

The Famous Maroon Band 
has many responsibilities. 
They perform three differ- 
ent halftime shows and one 
pregame show during the 
football season. In addition 
to the home game entertain- 
ment, the band attends all 
pep rallies and a few away 
games. They also march in 
the annual Starkville Christ- 
mas Parade. 




Photo by Kim Palmer 



Photo by Brett Bering 





by Ron Allen 



5eature Twirler Jennifer 
Slentz delights the crowd 
with complex throws and 
catches. Twirlers and Majorettes co- 
ordinated their movements with the 
band's musical accompaniment. 

TPumpet players perform in the 
stands. The band provided en- 
tertainment between breaks in the 
football action. 




Eerforming on the field, t 
Drum Line keeps the beat 
Famous Maroon Band. Dm 
mers put in many hours perfect 
their timing and cadence. 




The Making of a 



Photo by Ralph She; 



A week before fall semes- 
ter begins, the members of 
the Famous Maroon Band 
are on campus to create and 
perfect their football shows. 

The pre-semester work- 
shop opens with a review of 
basic marching techniques. 
Some fundamentals include 
the size of the step, the tim- 
ing of the turns, and the in- 
tervals between the march- 
ers. 

Once members are march- 
ing uniformly, the season's 
music for the shows are 
handed out. The band 
spends a day learning the 
music. 

For each show, the band 
uses maps of the football 
field to learn the formations 
which will create the shows. 



The maps, which look like 
snapshots between moves, 
contain the positions of all 
325 members. 

At first, the band practices 
by setting the initial position, 
with each member assigned a 
number. They walk from po- 
sition to position using a 
count, with no music. Once 
the positions and the number 
of counts between them are 
familiar, the band marches 
to a tape of the songs. Final- 
ly, the band combines 
marching with playing. 

For the rest of the year, 
the members spend five 
hours a week perfecting each 
show before the upcoming 
game. 
— Paul M. Johnson 




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Photo by Kim Pal 

C i ( 1aR members Grace Longs 
TKristen Harvey enjoy the 
^ — ' citement of a home gar 
The Famous Maroon Band belie ; 
in mixing a bit of play with h; I 
work. 










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/~\ hristy Kinsel shows her spirit as 
( ythe Mississippi State Pom Squad 
cheers to the home side. 



Performing synchronized cheers 
and routines is a big part of the 
Mississippi State Pom Squad's time 
at home games. This group works 
very hard to keep the spirit flowing 
during the games. 







Photo by Ralph Shearer 

Hold on, 



smit 



a minute, 
gotta put some 

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in it 




Photo by Chris Schotb 

■J~ntense physical training is a mi ( 
I for these cheerleaders. Mai 
Hours of practice go into perfectii 
difficult aerials. 



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loto bv Kim Palmer 



W 



'e got some Dawgs up in 
here — The cheerleaders 
kee'p "students fired up. They work 
hard in keeping fans active during 
the game. 



yirmy ROTC Bulldog End Zone 
/"A members support Bully (David 
Longstreet) as he equals MSU's 
score in pushups. This was a wel- 
come attraction to the fans at Scott 
Field as they keep count in cadence 
with Bully's pushups. 




ioto by Ralph Shearer 



A waiting the opponent's sen 

,/lFreshman Carmen Easley a 

ticipates a possible dig. During tl 

first 12 matches, Carmen deliven 

45 digs. 



Lady Bulldog Volleyball 

When you hear someone on campus talking about how 
many kills or digs the Bulldogs executed, you can be sure 
they were talking about Lady Bulldog Volleyball. This year's 
team produced the longest winning run in MSU's volleyball 
history with 9 straight wins. The Lady Bulldogs finished the 
season with a 17-15 record. 

At the SEC tournament, held in Birmingham, AL, the 
Lady Bulldogs beat Alabama in the first round. During the 
second round, however, they were eliminated from the tour- 
nament at the hands of LSU. 

The Lady Bulldog team faced a difficult season this year, 
but came out of it with only one non-conference defeat. 
Senior team member Aimee York was named to the All SEC 
2nd team. Members Amy Penrose, Nicole Carter, and Aimee 
York were all named to the All Academic SEC. 

With the amount of potential and talent that the team 
possesses, compounded with the fact that the team will only 
lose three seniors, the forecast is for a very bright season next 
year. 
— Audra I. Moore 





Photo by Ralph Sheai 



Photo by Ralph Shearct 

f\ patching the flight of the vol- 
\A I leyball, Sophomore Shannon 
McDonald sets up for a perfectly 
timed block. Shannon's position was 
middle blocker during the season. 




Photo courtesy of MSU Media Relatk 



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i ady Bulldog Volleyball. (Front L- 
I R): Amy Fenrose, Cathy Clark, 
Dawn Porter, Robyn Flessner, 
Heather Schilling, trainer Nicki 
Ford; (Back): Assistant Coach Susan 
Steadman, Nicolle Carter, Shannon 
McDonald, Dawn Hollar, Ashlye 
Davis, Carmen Easley, Aimee York, 
Renee Toups, Head Coach Mike 



Tucker. 




:> by Robert Rivera 



Photo by Kim Palme 




Senior Amy Penrose and Junior 
Ashlye Davis block an oppo- 
nent's volley, picking up a Bulldog 
point. Amy lead the team this year 
in assists. 



Senior Aimee York prepares to 
deliver her serve. As an outside 
hitter, Aimee had a career 1 147 kills 
for the 89-91 seasons. 




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s 



Senior Joseph Curro finishes si 
ond at the MSU Invitation 
Curro and Steve Dudley led t 
Bulldogs to two meet titles. 







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Junior April Ecke and the women's team served as the 
highlights of MSU's 1992 cross country campaigns with 
impressive showings across the entire South and a 23rd 
national ranking — the highest ever for head coach Al 
Schmidt's program. 

The tough Lady Bulldog harriers wrapped up two team 
championships through the five meet season and placed at 
least three runners among the top-five individual finishers in 
three meets. Ecke paced an experienced women's squad 
throughout the year with three individual championships to 
her credit. Only once this season did she not either break the 
tape at the finish line or place second. 

After the second win of the season, the Mississippi State 
Invitational, the Lady Bulldog harriers received a 23rd rank- 
ing by the NCAA Women's Division I Coaches' Poll, one of 
four SEC schools listed on that week's poll. 

The MSU Invitational was the first home meet in three 
years, and both the men's and women's teams put up great 
performances. Eight Bulldogs and four Lady Bulldogs 
stretched for their best time of the 1992 season at the home 
meet. The Bulldogs took six of the top-ten individual place- 
ments, while the women's squad captured four of the top-five 
and picked up an SEC win over conference foe Vanderbilt. 

After the MSU meet, the Lady Bulldogs went on to place 
second at the prestigeous Texas Invitational, downing the 
homestanding Longhorn harriers, and then traveled to 
Clemson, S.C., where they placed third behind SEC foes 
Alabama and Auburn in a typical tight race between the 
three schools. 

Seniors Michelle Black, Melissa Rice, and Trina Taddy 
served as the backbone of the women's cross country squad 
with a total of eight top-five finishes between them. Black 
placed in the top-ten in each of her meets, while Rice earned 
one second-place and two third-place finishes. Taddy earned 
fifth-place finishes in both of the Lady Bulldog wins. 

Junior Steve Dudley and Senior Joseph Curro were the 
leaders of the men's squad as each had one meet cham- 
pionship to their credit, leading the Bulldogs to their two 
meet titles, the Southeastern Louisiana and MSU Invita- 
tionals. 
— Marty Conway 



5reshman Bob Cain crosses the 
finish line at the Mississippi 
State Invitational. The meet 
was the first held at MSU in three 
years. 



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Junior A 
fore the 



-unior April Ecke warms up be- 
le MSU Invitational. Ecke 
finished first in three of the five 
meets during the 1992 season. 



Junior Nancy Goodall, Junior 
April Ecke, Senior Melisa Rice, 
Sophomore Charlotte Williams, 
Freshman Ashley Green, and Senior 
Trina Taddy compete in the MSU 
Invitational. The Lady Bulldogs fin- 
ished first in the meet and placed 
23rd in the nation for the season. 




/Issistant Athletic Direc- 
^/ltor/Media and Public Rela- 
tions Mike Nemeth directs Media 
Relations. This group serves as a 
liaison between the public and MSU 
sports. 



/Issistant Director of Media Re- 
yTnlations, Scott Stricklin, runs 
through pages of stats. 




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Photos by Sonny Matth i 

\ I arty Conway, a student volunteer, works 01 1 
\\J computer. Student contacts were an integ J 

•part in getting a clear picture of the progress of all : 

the MSU teams during their seasons. 






eeping the 




TATS 



And Much, Much More 



"Could you tell me what time 
e pool closes today?" This is 
e question that Media Reta- 
ins, also known as Sports In- 
rmation, can not actually an- 
er. So then you ask, "What 
es Media Relations do?" The 
swer will amaze you. Mike 
;meth, Assistant Athletic Di- 
ctor/Media and Public Rela- 
>ns and his staff of David 
>sinski, David Murray, and 
ott Stricklin plus graduate as- 
tants and a score of student 
lunteers are responsible for 
y statistical information you 
ad about in any of the 1 5 var- 
y sports MSU supports. 
Even though this is an impres- 
e task, Media Relations does 
ach more. If you ever need an 



interview with an athlete, call 
Media Relations. If you ever 
need information on a coach, 
call Media Relations. Or if you 
ever need to know how to get a 
fan letter to a favorite athlete, 
call Media Relations. 

The basic function of this 
hard working group of people is 
to serve as a liaison between the 
public and MSU sports. Thus, 
any time you watch the Bulldogs 
on TV, you can contibute part 
of the broadcast to Media Re- 
lations direction. 

Even though this sounds as if 
it is glamorous work, you must, 
as David Rosinski said, "love the 
job" because of the long hours 
involved. However, if this does 
sound like fabulous work to you, 




or if you have always wanted to 
be on the floor at a game keep- 
ing the stats, Media Relations 
would love to hear from you. 
Most of the statistical work is 
done by students who volunteer 
their time. Rosinski said that 
Media Relations is always in 
need of students who want to 
help. Usually the quantity of in- 
formation available on a sport is 
due to the number of students 
assisting the regular staff. 

So, if you ever need informa- 
tion on Coach Ron Polk, or 
want to get a fan letter to Chuck 
Evans, or even want to know 
how you can help keep the stats 
on our Bulldogs, just call Media 
Relations. 

— Audra I. Moore 




by Ralph Shearer 



Taking pictures of Bulldog Basket- 
I ball, Media Relations photogra- 
pher Daryl McAlister captures the 
perfect shot. 

i >.eeping track of MSU sports, stu- 
Kdent volunteer Jason Cook works 
on the computer. Tracking teams' 
progress through the seasons was 
just one of his responsibilities. 






Photo by Ralph Shearer 



Photo by Mike Bedgood 



Tales from the 



Faces In The Pound 





Photo by Robert Rive j 



142 Sxpbsiite State. ^Jans 








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Welcome to the Humphrey Coliseurr 



for an evening of 

After a rebuilding 1991- 
1992 season which saw the 

lYTississinOl Bulldogs finish with a 15-13 
L ST rernrrl. Mississinni S 



'BASKETBALL . 



State 




record, Mississippi State had 
high expectations for this 
season. With the loss of only 
one starter to graduation, 
MSU was ranked second in 
the Southeastern Confer- 
ence Western Division in 
most preseason polls. Re- 
turning starters Chuck Ev- 
ans, Johnny Walker, and Da- 
vid Domingue were joined 
by Marcus Grant and Orien 
Watson, newcomers to the 



starting role. Standout fresh- 
men Bubba Wilson and 
Vandale Thomas also con- 
tributed greatly to the Bull- 
dog effort. 

Led by all-SEC hopefuls 
Walker and Evans, State en- 
tered Conference play with a 
6-3 record. State, in the mid- 
dle of a four game winning 
streak, opened the SEC slate 
on a high note by defeating 
Auburn 77-71. However, 
disaster struck at Georgia as 
the Bulldogs began a 4 game 
SEC losing skid which con- 



tinued until Alabama cam 
to Humphrey Coliseum, i 
seemingly rejuvinated Bui 
dog squad spanked the Tid 
decisively, placing itself i 
contention for SEC honoi 
and post-season play. 

This newly acquired mc 
mentum returned as th 
Bulldogs knocked off 16t 
ranked Arkansas in an ovei 
time thriller at the Humr 
placing State in contentio 
for SEC honors and pos 
season play. 

— John Benjamin Smith 




Photo by Mike Bedgood 

Jarcus Grant leads the Bulldogs 
up court in transition from de- 
: to offense as Vandale Thomas 
follows close behind. Grant was a 
major force from long range, as he 
was a team leader from beyond the 3 
point line. 



'T—v. ominating the low post, Junior 
I )Center David Domingue adds 




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Photo by Ralph Sheai 

Towering over the Austin Pe: 

I front court, Senior Forwai 

Jonnny Walker scores two of 28 or 

lay-up. Walker was the team scorii 

leader in the 80-73 victory. 



Senior Point Guard Chuck Evans 
beats LSU defense on a fast 
break. Evans led the back court with 
consistent play as a team leader. 








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CJ~t reshman Guard Vandale Thomas 
Vawaits an Arkansas throw-in to re- 
swire play. Thomas, a true freshman, has 
played in every game this season. 

Senior Guard Chuck Evans applies 
pressure to an Austin Peay offender. 
At the time of the Reveille's press, Evans 
ranked 4th in career steals with 129. 




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Hoping For Hoops 
And Post Season 

AGHOM 



With a 3-4 SEC mark 
and a 10-7 overall rec- 
ord, the Bulldogs placed 
themselves back in con- 
tention in the SEC West. 
The final stretch of the 
Mississippi State sched- 
ule will determine the 
Dawgs' post season fate. 
Still on the slate for the 
Dawgs when this year's 
Reveille went to press 
are road trips to Ken- 
tucky, LSU, Auburn, 
Arkansas, and Alabama. 



Also, travelling to the 
Humphrey Coliseum 
will be Ole Miss, South 
Carolina, Vanderbilt, 
and Florida. Having 
knocked off two major 
SEC contenders, Ala- 
bama and Arkansas, 
State's newfound spirit 
and enthusiasm on the 
court could possibly take 
them to the post season 
NCAA tournament. 

— John Benjamin 
Smith 







Photos by Ralph Shearer 

read Coach Richard Williams re- 
C^Ninforces play plans during a 
MSU time-out. 




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fj I reshman Guard Vandale Thom; 

Tshoots one of two 3-point shots again 

Sffi-'Louisiana. Thomas, a former prep A' 

American had a huge impact on MSU succes 



Sa/OV! 

Coach Williams Approaches 
100th Career Win 



This season marked Head 
Basketball Coach Richard 
Williams' seventh season at 
Mississippi State. During 
those seven years, Williams 
has amassed some impressive 
statistics. 

At the time of the Rev- 
eille's press, Coach Williams 
was well on his way to his 
100th career win. With the 
victory over Arkansas on 
January 27, Williams was 
only 4 wins shy of the goal. 

With his 92 win earlier this 
season, Coach Williams be- 



came Mississippi State's third 
most winning coach. The top 
two positions are held by 
Babe McCarthy (169-85) and 
E.C. Hayes (124-54). 

On the home court, the 
statistics marked Coach Wil- 
liams as overwhelmingly suc- 
cessful. He owns a career rec- 
ord of 29-2 in non-SEC 
games. This season's Bull- 
dogs have done much to con- 
tinue the winning tradition. 
They have accumulated a 
record of 8-1 on the home 
court thus far. 





Mississippi State Basketball. Sit- 
ting (L-R): Orien Watson, Jack 
ig, Marcus Grant, Greg Ander- 
son, Marlon Dorsey, Vandale 



Photo Courtesy of MSU Media Rclati 

Thomas, Chuck Evans. Standing 
R): Johnny Walker, David Do 
ingue, George Brooks, Bubba V 
son, Vince Embry, Jay Walton. 



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■xenior Point Guard Chuck Evans 
•n plays keep away with a flustered 
stin Peay defender prior to mak- 
; one of 10 assists. Evans was one 
[he SEC's assist leaders during the 
92-1993 season. 



Senior Guard Orien Watson 
scans the opposing defense, 
searching for open teammates. Wat- 
son was among team leaders in as- 
sists. 




toby Mike Bedgood 

pressing an offender, Senior Forward Johnny 
Walker holds NE Louisiana progress at the 
1 of the key. Walker accumulated 1 points and 
rebounds during this contest. 




■\ atching a pass from down court, 
ySenior Forward Johnny Walker 
rns to face Alabama defense as 
nior David Domingue moves to 
sist in the attack. MSU went on to 
n this contest 66-53. 



Beadying for action, Sophomore 
Marcus Grant works to stiffle an 
ansas attack. Senior Eric Ste- 
phens keeps another offender in 
check. 




Dtos bv Ralph Shearer and Mike Bedford 



Jnexpected Heroes Mark MSU 




Heading into the 1992- 
)93 season, returning sen- 
r starters Chuck Evans and 
hnny Walker were expect- 
l to lead the Bulldogs while 
ing for All-SEC honors. In 
Idition to Evans and Walk- 
s leadership roles, some 
llikely heroes arose to play 
rge roles in MSU success. 
Senior Guard Orien Wat- 
n had big shoes to fill, re- 
aring All-SEC Tony Watts. 
his season, Watson's defen- 
ce prowess returned from a 
ar ago, when he was se- 
:ted as the team's best de- 



fensive player. Surprisingly, 
Watson was also one of the 
team leaders in scoring, fill- 
ing the net with an evenly 
distributed arsenal of 3- 
pointers and inside shots. 

Sophomore Marcus Grant 
has also been a valuable asset 
to the Bulldogs, playing a 
dual role at the off-guard 
and small forward positions. 
Grant was a major threat 
from the outside, where he 
was a team leader in every 3- 
point catagory. At the low 
post, he contributed as a 
team leader in defensive re- 



aiting for a move, Senior 
Guard Chuck Evans pres- 
es"an Arkansas offender. 



/Ibove right: Awaiting the ref- 
^/"jeree's whistle, Senior Guard 
Orien Watson sets to put the ball 
back into play. 



bounds. 

A high school Ail- 
American one year ago, 
Freshmen sensation Vandale 
Thomas found himself in the 
role of 6th man, coming off 
the Bulldog bench to con- 
tribute valuable offensive 
numbers, including a team 
leading 17 point effort 
against Northeast Louisiana. 
Thomas looks to be an in- 
dispensable asset to Mississip- 
pi State for seasons to come. 

— John Benjamin Smith 




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Michelle Gossage shoots two 
against the Lady Blazers as Car- 
Ramagos sets for a possible 
rebound. 

(~>yeing the rim, Erica Simmons 
r" sets to release the ball for a free 
throw shot. 






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All Photos by Ralph Shea 



The 1992-1993 season 
opened with a decisive SEC 
win over Florida. The Lady 
Bulldogs, led by Head Coach 
Jerry Henderson, went on to 
win eight of the next eleven 
games. At presstime of this 
year's Reveille, the Lady 
Bulldog basketball team held 
an overall record of 10-7. 

During one contest, 
Charetta Robinson paced the 
Dawgs with 33 points en 
route to a 108-85 thrashing 
of Texas Christian. With 17 



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Success 



games played, Robinson also 
leads the team in rebounds 
and double-double figures. 

The final stretch of the 
1992-1993 schedule includes 
home games against Ala- 
bama and LSU, as well as 
road trips to Auburn, Arkan- 
sas, and Ole Miss. The 
Dawgs hope to round out the 
regular season with victories 
leading to a good showing at 
the SEC Women's tourna- 
ment. 

— John Benjamin Smith 



i reading toward the goal, 
CTn Natasha Johnson releases the 
ball for two more points against 
Christian Brothers. The Lady Bull- 
dogs went on to win the contest 85- 
54. 




Sending up a shot, Donna Brown 
maneuvers around all opposi- 
tion for a two point opportunity. 




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■ /omen's Basketball. Sitting (L- 
\AJ R): Manager Anita Harring- 
, Donna Brown, Tara Barr, Jem- 
e Ann Helms, Head Coach Jerry 
nderson, Tonya Seaton, Tiffany 
iker, Carla Northcutt, Manager 
et McMullen. Standing (L-R): 



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Asst. Coach Brian Morgan, Asst. 
Coach J. Kelley Hall, LaCharlotte 
Smith, Erica Simmons, Caroline 
Ramagos, Charetta Robinson, 
Michelle Gossage, Natasha Johnson, 
Tammy Newlon, Tia Kemp, Asst. 
Coach Tracy Stewart. 




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Running Impressions 

The Bulldog's 1992 indoor season served as a warm-up 
period for the new set of men's relay leggers, sprinters, and 
hurdlers that came up as transfers from other universities 
and the junior college ranks. Former JUCO All-Americas 
John Little, Dushon Orr, and Chris Harris, coupled with 
Baylor transfer Anthony Greer and Kingston, Jamaica native 
Wayne Gabbidon began their Mississippi Stare careers as 
some of the most effective performers on head coach Al 
Schmidt's team. Mainstays Kenny Roberts and Corey Hol- 
land also made great strides, earning NCAA provisional 
qualifying marks in the 55-meter dash and triple jump, re- 
spectively. 

At the season-opening Southern Illinois Invitational, An- 
thony Greer earned a second-place showing in the 55-meter 
hurdles with a time of 7.41. At the SEC Indoor cham- 
pionships in Gainesville, Fla., Greer tied his mark of 7.41 in 
the event to place fourth in the finals. In a "last-chance" 
meet at Middle Tennessee State in March, Greer met the 
NCAA provisional qualfying mark in the 55 hurdles with an 
effort of 7.31 to place first. Also at the Southern Illinois 
Invitatioal, junior Corey Holland set what was to be his best 
mark of the season in the triple jump, 51-8, placing third 
overall. John Little, in his first meet as an MSU performer, 
set a school record in the 600 meters with a time of 1:19.2, 
placing first at the Southern Illinois Invitational. Little went 
on later in the season to place first in his 800-meter heat at 
the SEC Indoor Championships, and followed that up with a 
second-place finish in the 800 finals with a season-best time 
of 1:51.16. Throughout the indoor season, junior Kenny 
Roberts was the most effective men's 55-meter sprinter, 
hovering consistantly in the 6.3 range. The Hamilton, Miss., 
native turned up his performance a notch for the SEC Indoor 
Championships, breaking his 6.3 stalemate with an effort of 
6.26 in the 55-meter semis, a new personal best and an 
NCAA provisional qualifying time. In February, Wayne Gab- 
bidon, Jerry Murphy, Jason Griffith, and Jason Jurczak put 
together the Bulldogs' best 4x800-meter relay effort of the 
indoor season, winning first place at LSU's Tiger Classic with 
a time of 7:43.4. The men's track squad proved their skill as 
outdoor competitors in 1992 as the final season results sheet 
was sprinkled with numerous first and second-place finishes 
for the sprint, hurdle, and middle distance crews. Anthony 
Greer, Jonathan Johnson, and Corey Holland each had times 
in the 110 hurdles ranked among the SEC's top-ten. Dushon 
Orr really came into his own as MSU's top 200 and 400- 
meter and 1600-meter relay teams to impressive perfor- 
mances. Chris Harris, John Little, Wayne Habbidon, and Orr 
posted the conference's No. 3 time in the 1600 relay behind 
only Tennessee and Alabama. 

Upper right: Anthony Greer, an effective performer in the 1992 sea- 
son. Lower right: Jonathan Johnson ranked among the SEC's top-ten 110 
hurdlers. 



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Iper left.Chrii Harris insured placements of no lower than third for MSU's 1600-meter relay teams. 
nuer left(l-r):Me[\sa Rice, Jenny Owens, and Trina Taddy, downed 4 X 1500 competition at the 
labama Relays to place first with a time of 18:43.24. 




The strong suits for the 1992 
Lady Bulldogs' indoor sea- 
son, as expected, were the 
distance and middle-distance 
runners. Sophomore April 
Ecke prepared herself well 
for a big outdoor season with 
important finishes in the 
womens's 3000 meters. Me- 
lisa Rice provided great ef- 
forts in trie middle-distance 
range, claiming the top-three 
MSU times in the mile run 
and two of the Lady Bull- 
dogs' top-five times in the 
800 meters. The women's 4 
X 800-meter relay squad per- 
formed well under pressure, 
boosting its level of intensity 
for the big meets. 
The strength of the Missis- 
sippi Stare women's squad 
shown through during the 
1992 outdoor season, as four 
middle distance runners 
ended the campaign with 
times ranked among the con- 
ference's best. Michelle 
Black, a native of Marietta, 
Ga., was listed highest 
among the MSU women in 
the SEC top times. Black 
cleared the grueling 10K run 
in 37:04.40 to rank fifth 
among SEC competitors. Me- 
lisa Rice and Jenny Owens, 
top times of 4:24.76 and 
4:27.76, respectively, ranked 
amoung the best in the con- 
ference amoung 1500-meter 
times, while April Ecke's 
seasonsl best time in the 
3000 meters, 9:36.44, which 
she set at the SEC Outdoors, 
ranked among the confer- 
ence's best also. 
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Senior Christophe Damiens 
stretches to make the volley. 
Damiens, a native of Bagneux, 



France, finished his senior year with 
a 24-15 record and is currently a 
student assistant for MSU. 



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Phenominal is the only word that 
can describe the Men's Tennis 
Team during 1992. The Bulldog 
Netmen ended the Spring 1992 sea- 
son ranked 9th in the ITCA Na- 
tional Ranking, and at the end of the 
regular season they were tied for 1st 
place in the SEC with Kentucky, 
LSU, and Georgia. For their efforts, 
the Bulldogs were awarded the Tom 
Sawyer trophy which is annually giv- 
en to the SEC regular season leader. 
The Bulldog Netmen are currently 
ranked 7th in the Volvo Tennis Col- 
legiate Rankings. 

At the opening of the Spring 1 992 
season, MSU captured the 
"mythical" team title at the SEC In- 
door Championships winning in 3 of 
the 5 tournament brackets. The 
Netmen also came home with the 
championship from the Blue-Grey 
National Collegiate Classic, which 
featured 18 of the nation's top col- 
legiate teams. The 1992 team post- 



ed MSU's best record, 19-6, since 
1989's 16-8 finish. The Bulldogs 
collected 7 wins over Top 25 op- 
ponents, 4 over the Top 10. Clearly 
the MSU Men's Tennis Team is on 
their way to the #1 ranking. 

Head Coach Andy Jackson had a 
few things to say about the Bulldog's 
success in 1992. "In my view, there 
are three major factors behind our 
success. The first is that we have 
high-quality players. We have 6, 7, 
even 8 players who are national level 
players. Secondly, the end of the 
1991 season was a factor. We played 
well during all of 1 99 1 , but we never 
really broke through until the last 
three weeks of the season. Lastly, 
this team is very close. We have 
eight good guys who really care 
about Mississippi State and really 
want to do well for our school. They 
are all good friends and will support 
each other to the end." 
— Audra I. Moore 



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I railing from Montpellier, 
CTn France. Senior Jean-Francois 
Lagloire practices his return. 
Lagloire's game contains phe- 
nominal speed and touch. 



* — senior Ail-American Danie 
^~~NCourcol volleys at the net. 
Courcol joined MSU from Paris, 
France, and now ranks #1 nationally 
in singles play. 



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[en's Tennis Team. First row (L 
to R): Assistant Coach Dwayne 
Clegg, Jean-Francois Lagloire, 
Tom Peacock, Sylvain Guichard, 
John Hall. Second row: Head Coach 
Andy Jackson, Daniel Courcol, Per 
Nilsson, Chase Henson, Gary Hen- 
derson, Laurent Miquelard, Chris- 
tophe Damiens. 

■runior Per Nilsson delivers a per- 

J feet backhand across the net. 

From Lund, Sweden, Nilsson has 

been a tremendous force on the 

team. 







The 1992-1993 MSU 
Women's Tennis Team can 
best be described as a team 
on the road to the top. After 
a few minutes of conversa- 
tion with MSU's new Wom- 
en's Tennis Coach Kel 
Lange, one can understand 
what the excitement being 
generated is all about. After 
a rough season last year with 
the loss of the Head Coach 
after the Fall practice season, 
the Women's Tennis Team is 
gearing up for bigger and 
better things. 

Lange said that when he 
first arrived at MSU it was 
rough going, but as the team 
started training together it 
grew into "almost a family 




I read Men's Coach Andy Jackson 
CrNand Head Women's Coach Kel 
Lange pose for a publicity picture. 
Lange took over the Women's Ten- 
nis Team during the Fall 1992 and 
Jackson was named the 1991 SEC 
Men's Coach of the Year. 



Sophomore Jennifer Plant per- 
fects her form during the Fall 
preseason practice. Plant has been 
developing her volleys, baseline 
shots, and perfecting an already 
great serve. 



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atmosphere right off the 
bat." Lange felt much work 
needed to be done, but the 
team adjusted very well to his 
more intense and demanding 
workouts and practices. He 
said that the girls were as ea- 
ger to get going as he was. 
The adjective he used to de- 
scribe the team's attitude was 
hungry: "They are hungry to 
win and to get better." 

Kel Lange's favorite saying 
is "solid beats fancy" and this 
Fall was all about becoming 
solid. During the 4 tourna- 
ments MSU attended so far, 
the team ran up against some 
of the best teams in the na- 
tion right from the start. As a 
testimony to the long hours 



of hard work the girls have 
put in so far this year, MSU 
completely dominated the 
tournament held in Pensaco- 
la, FL. Junior Sonia Kopyto, 
from Lightwater, England, 
captured the consolation sin- 
gles title. Junior Alex Niepel, 
from Liverpool, England, 
made her way into the sem- 
ifinals of the singles main 
draw. Sophomore Jennifer 
Plant made it to the 
quarterfinals of singles play. 
Even though MSU is to 
face one of the most difficult 
schedules in the country, the 
prospects for the Spring sea- 
son are phenominal. 
— Audra I. Moore 



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Concentrating on the ball, Alex 
Niepel prepares to make a re- 
turn. Niepel is an extremely hard 
working player who spends extra 
practice time on the courts perfect- 
ing her skills. 

Junior Sonia Kopyto practices 
her forehand. Hailing from 
Lightwater, England, Kopyto is 
seeking a double major in Interna- 
tional Business and Foreign Lan- 
guages while attending MSU. 




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Sophomore Eric Johnson moves 
his ball to a more strategic po- 
sition on the green. Johnson has led 
the team with a 74.50 average. 



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ississippi State Golf. Kneeling 
(L-R): Brad Surles, Tyler 
awford, Brian Krainer. Standing 



(L-R): Clay Homan, Eric Johnson, 
Pete Kelly, Jeff Jenkins, Coach Baird 
Smith. 




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ad determination 
ith success to follow 



Due to the loss of 4 of its 

terwinners, "young" is the 

st word to describe this 

ar's Mississippi State Men's 

)lf Team. The team's line 

includes 2 freshmen, 5 

Dhomores, 1 junior, and no 

liors. With so many young 

lyers, MSU's Golf Team 

i only be one on the rise. 

[n the USA Intercollegiate 

lurnament, the Bulldogs 

Be away with a 7th place 

i iking, their best so far this 



season. Leading this young 
team is Sophomore Eric 
Johnson, who holds a current 
average of 74.50. He is fol- 
lowed by Junior Brad Surles 
with an average of 75.83. 

One goal held by the team 
and Head Coach Baird Smith 
this season is to beat the last 
season's 8th place SEC finish. 
With the leading averages 
thus far, it seems as though 
this is an attainable goal. 
— Audra I. Moore 




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Q [ ollowing through, Junior Jennifer 
TKolczynski drives the ball toward the 
Rag: During the 1992 preseason, Kolczynski's 
79.92 was the team's second leading stroke 
average. 

Jississippi State Golf Team. Kneeling (L- 
R): Carri Wood, Jennifer Kolczynski, 
chen Gray, Lisa Allee; Standing (L-R): 
Coach Christi Sanders, Jennifer Brown, Jen- 
nifer Michalka, Beatriz Santin. 




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Their way to the top 



If you take a look at the 
tatistics from the Lady Bull- 
log Golf Team, you will go 
iway knowing that the best is 
r et to come. This exception- 
Lily young team posted a 6th 
)lace finish in the Ti- 
jer/Tide Invitational. 

Leading the ranks is the 
eam's only senior, Cari 
<Vood. Wood has an impres- 
ive current average of 
^4.83. She is followed by the 
eam's only junior, Jennifer 



Kolczynski, with a 79.92. 

The Lady Bulldog's Head 
Coach, Christy Sanders, is 
working these young women 
with the goal of beating last 
season's 7th place SEC finish. 
When you consider that time 
is on the side of this Lady 
Bulldog team, you can see 
that the dream of them 
swinging and putting their 
way to the top is a very real 
possibility. 

— Audra I. Moore 





Sending the ball toward the 
green, Sophomore Lisa Allee 
works toward her 84.67 preseason 
stroke average. Allee's best round 
during the 1992 preseason was at 
Beacon Woods, with a score of 75. 



* — senior Carri Wood watches the 
--v ball sail down the fairway. 
Wood's 74.83 average led the team, 
including a preseason personal best 
score of 70 at Beacon Woods. 




/llumni quarterback Scott 
^/[Smith looks down field for an 
open receiver. Smith completed 5 
passes for 138 yards and 1 touch- 
down. 



yilumni greats Glen Collins and 
./(Johnnie Cooks present awards 
to outstanding players in spring 
practice. 




Varsity-Alumni 

JOOTBAil 

Super Bulldog weekend was a success once again. The 
weekend began with the 2nd Annual Varsity-Alumni football 
game. The Varsity team won 24-16. 

In front of a crowd of over 10,000 people, 90 year old 
Alumnus Wilburn Sudduth scored on a 20 yard pass from 
quarterback Scott Smith. Sudduth struck again in the fourth 
quarter with a 43 yard touchdown run. He said the run was 
pretty easy since he stays in shape by chasing cows. 

For the Varsity team, Kevin Bouie, a Junior College All- 
American, scored two touchdowns. Redshirt Freshman Dar- 
rin Clark added another touchdown and kicker Chris Gard- 
ner had a field goal as well as 3 point after attempts. 

After an impressive showing at the football game, State 
fans also supported the Diamond Dawgs against Arkansas. At 
the baseball game, fans set another attendence record with 
13,761. This was the third largest in State history and the 
third largest in NCAA history. The weekend ended in a 
MSU sweep over Arkansas. 
— Joey Rodgers 




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Pefensive back Rocky Nabc 
breaks up a pass intended f 
end Curt Clanton, halting 
scoring attempt by the Varsity tea 



<~\ Alburn Sudduth breaks loose 
*~ vV/ ^ or a ^ yard romp against 
he Varsity team. Ninety year old 
judduth scored two touchdowns 
luring the game. 





Senior Chuck Daniel anticipates 
the pitch. In additon to hitting 
ability, his career contributions 
to the team included 74 pitching 
appearances with 8 saves. 



5reshman Ricky Joe Redd con- 
nects bat with ball. As a red- 
shirt freshman, Redd stepped 
in and played a major role in the 
outfield. 




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How 'Bout Them Dawgs? 



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As the 1992 season be- 
gan, the Mississippi State 
Diamond Dawgs nad high 
expectations. The team 
was picked as one of the 
nation's top ten baseball 
teams by Baseball Amer- 
ica and Collegiate Base- 
ball. 

As the SEC schedule 
came into full swing, Mis- 
sissippi State came togeth- 



er as a team, going 24-3 
over the next 27 games. 
During this period, the 
Dawgs went 13-2 in SEC 
action. The hot streak 
rocketed the Dawgs into a 
tie for first with Louisiana 
State, to whom the Bull- 
dogs fell second. 

The Bulldogs went on 
to win two of the first 
three games of the NCAA 



Mideast Regional held at 
Dudy Noble field. 

Although a place at the 
College Worla Series was 
not obtained by the Bull- 
dogs, the team wound up 
the season 40-22 overall 
and 21st in Collegiate 
Baseball's final poll. 
— John Benjamin Spence 





Steve Hegan fouls an Arkansas 
pitch into the dirt as the home 
plate umpire looks on. Steve 
was a leading hitter during the sea- 
son with 8 game winning hits. 

f, first baseman Drew Williams 
T~ holds a Memphis State base 
K^y runner close. Drew compiled 
solid season statistics with a .987 
fielding average and 46 double 
plays. 




Sophomore Craig Bain is at ba 
against Mississippi College 
Craig was utilized primarily as ; 
designated hitter during the season 



BULLDOG 

Over-Achievers 



MSU has reached 40+ wins 
in 8 of the last 10 years. Other 
accomplishments include 6 
consecutive trips to a NCAA 
Regional, 12 NCAA post- 
season appearances in the last 
15 years, 6th consecutive SEC 
tournament participation, and 
247 career wins. 

B.J. Wallace led the team in 
strike-outs (145), games start- 
ed (14), games completed (7), 
wins (9), shut-outs (4), and in- 
nings pitched (127.3). 

Jon Harden led the team 
and the SEC in Earned Run 
Average (1.96). He was second 
on the team in strike-outs 
(108) and wins (8). Jon set a 
single season record for ap- 
pearances (39) and a career 
record (110). 

The MSU pitching staff 
compiled a 3.22 ERA, which 
led the SEC and ranked 14th 



Pitching coach Steve 
Smith talks with B.J. 
Wallace and Matt Car- 
penter on the pitcher's 
mound. BJ. was second in 
season total strike-outs 
with 123. 



nationally, and finished the 
season with 504 strike-outs. 

Paul Petrulis led the Bull- 
dogs in hitting with a .338 bat- 
ting average. He also led the 
team in hits (79), runs (53), 
and on-base percentage (.427). 
Paul was second on the team in 
doubles (13) and home runs (7) 
and tied for second in triples 
(2). 

Rex Buckner led the team in 
home runs (13), doubles (15), 
and Runs Batted In (50). He 
was second on the team in bat- 
ting average (.297), runs (49), 
hits (69), and on base percent- 
age (.414). 

Chuck Daniel started every 
game either as the third base- 
man or pitcher. He is among 
the SEC leaders in ERA (2.35). 
Chuck hit a .312 at home and 
led the team in walks. 
— Joey Rodgers 





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/Ill-American B.J. Wallace deliv- 
^ / /Hers a curve. His talent took him 
to this year's Olympics and a 3rd 
overall draft pick to the Majors. 



Junior Rex Buckner smashes a hit 
down the line. Buckner led the 
team in RBIs (50) and homeruns 
(13) and his batting average (.297) 
was second on the team. 




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FIRST ROW (1-r): managerjay Bailey, Doug Newman, Kyle Kennedy, Logan DeFord, Paul 
Petrulis, Nat Harden, Daryl Albro, David Perkins, Brent Deweese, Bryan Triche, Tripp Hill, 
Robbie Hayes, managerjohn Mooney, managerLance Vining. 

SECOND ROW: grad. asst.Paul Wyczawski, grad. asst.Pat Olmi, trainerPhil Page, Craig 
Bane, Larry Tomkins, Bubba Carter, Ron Brown, Park Evans, Jeff Mackin, Drew Williams, Jon 
Harden, Brian Clark, Carl Henderson, Gary Rath, Charlie Anderson, Matt Carpenter, trainer 



Photo Courtesy of MSU Media Relations 
Greg Bishop, manager Jason Ayers. 

THIRD ROW: head coach Ron Polk, assistant coach Steve Johnigan, grad. asst. Rob McDonald, 
Rex Buckner, Clint Allen, Eddie Lyons, Steve Hegan, Blake Mayo, Hap Fleming, Carlton 
Loewer, Brian Roundtree, Ricky Joe Redd, Tom Howe, Chuck Daniel, Jay Powell, Scott Tribolet, 
Tom Quinn, B.J. Wallace, assistant coach Steve Smith, grad. asst. Marty Lamb, assistant coach 
Mitch Thompson 



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After an impressive show- 
ing at the begining of Jay 
Powell's collegiate career, he 
was religated to the role of 
sideline support due to a 
bone spur in his pitching el- 
bow. When questioned about 
this time in his life, Jay re- 
sponded that it was probably 
the lowest point in his career. 
Jay, however, was not alone. 

Throughout his road to re- 
covery, Jay received constant 
support and encouragement 
from his family, teammates, 
and the MSU coaching staff. 
In order to rally Jay's spirits, 
Coach Ron Polk allowed him 
to travel with the team to 
away games and to sit in the 
dugout at home games. Even 
though Jay could not wear a 
team uniform, just being in 
the dugout made him feel as 



though he were a part of the 
team. There in the dugout 
Jay gave, as well as received, 
support and encouragement. 
When Jay's arm had recov- 
ered enough for him to be- 
gin practicing with the team 
again, he said it was "the best 
feeling in the world just to be 
on the mound." Jay said that 
he even enjoyed and looked 
forward to doing a drill se- 
ries, a task which he used to 
hate. All during the time 
spent not playing, Jay had 
faith that the Lord had a 
purpose for it. Thus, he 
found an additional source of 
comfort in his belief that the 
Lord had a reason for his 
period away from the 
mound. 
— Audra Moore 




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Eitcher Jay Powell rears back I 
deliver one of his famoi 
jails. Jay pitched an 18 hit shu 
out against UAB last season. 



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Go-captain Camille Williams performs 
one of the many functions of the MSU 
Diamond Girls. Recruitment, preparing 
the field before a game, operating a MSU 
baseball novelty shop, and fundraising are 
only a few of the responsibilities these girls 
have. When asked what one of her most 
memorable occasions was, Camille replied, 
"when the guys on the team got me to carry 
a cup of Kool-Aid out to Coach Polk during 
the middle of a game even though he didn't 
ask for any. At least they didn't fool me into 
looking for that famous left handed bat!" 

Senior Chuck Daniel runs to 
make the play. Daniel started 
all of the games as the leadoff 
hitter and third baseman. 



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oach Ron Polk gives advice to 
>aserunner Drew Williams. 
Trew proved to be a threat to op- 
posing teams with a .295 on-base 
percentage and 30 runs scored. 



Diamond Dawg 

The 1992 Diamond Dawgs Jon Harden, relief pitcher: 1st team 
received numerous awards and B.J. Wallace, pitcher: 1st team 

honors. The following is a list of the 

stand-outs. All-NCAA Mideast Regional 



All-America 

Jon Harden, pitcher: 2nd team, 

American Baseball Coaches 

Association 

B.J. Wallace, pitcher: 2nd team, 

Baseball America; 

3rd team, Collegiate Baseball and 

American Baseball Coaches 

Association 

All-SEC 

Rex Buckner, outfielder: 2nd team 
Jon Harden, pitcher: 1st team 

Paul Petrulis, short stop: 2nd team 
B.J. Wallace, pitcher: 1st team 

ABCA/Converse All-South Region 



The Bulldog Bench remains 
ready for action. The dug-out 
motivated the players in the field. 



Ron Brown, outfielder 

Matt Carpenter, catcher 

Paul Petrulis, short stop 

B.J. Wallace, pitcher: Co-MVP 

MSWA College All-State Team 

Rex Buckner, outfielder: 1st team 

Matt Carpenter, catcher: 2nd team 

Chuck Daniel: 2nd team 

Jon Harden, pitcher: 1st team 

B.J. Wallace, pitcher: 1st team 

MSWA Player of the Year 

B.J. Wallace, pitcher 
MSWA Coach of the Year 

Ron Polk 

z^iatcher Matt Carpenter warms up the 
I -pitcher between innings. The sophomore 
solidified the catching position with a .983 
fielding percentage. 

Photo by Ralph Shearer 




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ith intense concentration, Senior 
' Jon Harden zeros in on the plate. In 
39 pitching appearances, Harden compiled 
team leading numbers with a 1.96 earned 
run average and 8 saves. 




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A freshman 
majoring in 
Computer En- 
gineering, 
Malcolm says 
that college is 
a lot more re- 
sponsibility 
than he ever 
dreamed. In 
college, you 
can't put off 
doing your 
assignments 
until the night 
before it's 
due. 




Rachel 
claims that 
there is 
much 
more to 
college life 
than just 
classes, 
and some- 
times we 
get too 
caught up 
in these 
extra- 
curricular 
activities. 
We need to 
take a 
break 
more often 
to count 
our bless- 
ings and 
remember 
who is re- 
sponsible 
for them. 



RACHEL BElfTOn 



A sophomore 
majoring in 
Occupational 
Therapy says 
that as long 
as she can re- 
member, she 
has always 
been a 

"Bulldog 
Fan," that's 
why she de- 
cided to fol- 
low the foot- 
steps of her 
parents and 
her brother 
and further 
her education 
here at Mis- 
sissippi State. 




Justin is 
from 
Munford 
Tennessee 
and is a 
s o p h o- 
more ma- 
joring in 
Biological 
Sciences. 
He is a 
member of 
the Fa- 
mous Ma- 
roon Band 
and there- 
fore gets to 
travel to 
various 
universi- 
ties. He 
says that 
MSU still 
has the 
best look- 
'ng cam- 
pus that he 
has ever 
seen. 



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A junior from 
Water Valley, 
Calvin is ma- 
joring in Edu- 
cational Psy- 
chology. He 
encourages 
all perspec- 
tive college 
students to 
come to Mis- 
sissippi State 
because he 
has enjoyed 
his college 
life and has 
had many 
great experi- 
ences here. 




One of the 
funniest 
things that 
has hap- 
pened to 
Michelle 
since be- 
ing at MSU 
was in her 
psycholo- 
gy class. 
On the first 
day, a fel- 
low stu- 
dent jok- 
ingly told 
her that 
she was in 
an Electri- 
cal Engi- 
neering 
class and 
almost 
made her 
leave 
thinking 
she was in 
the wrong 
class. 



CALVU1 HAWKINS 



As a sopho- 
more from 
California, 
Wendy says 
that things 
here at State 
are quite dif- 
ferent from 
her home- 
town. 
"People here 
are much 
more friendly 
and spirited. 
Everyone al- 
ways has big 
smiles on 
their faces." 




Sashi be- 
lives that 
the cam- 
pus atmos- 
phere here 
is much 
better than 
"n his 
home 
country, 
Geneva; 
students 
interact 
more with 
their de- 
partments. 
His field is 
in Chemis- 
try and 
states that 
it is work- 
ing within 
its limita- 
tions and 
producing 
good 
things. He 
credits this 
to the en- 
thusiasm 
among the 
people. 



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Michele is a 
f r e s h m a n 
from New Al- 
bany. During 
her first se- 
mester at 
State she was 
scheduled for 
English Com- 
postion I, but 
when she got 
to class, she 
was the only 
native Ameri- 
can in the 
class. Every- 
one else was 
speaking in 
another lan- 
guage. 



Jason is a 
member of 
the Famous 
Maroon Band 
and is major- 
ing in Com- 
munication 
Broadcasting. 
He appreci- 
ates MSU's ef- 
ficiency in giv- 
i n g 

information 
when it is 
needed. He is 
also im- 
pressed with 
the technolo- 
gy of Missis- 
sippi State. 
The only 
thing he 
would im- 
prove is the 
parking situa- 
tion. 




Kelli is 
originally 
from Mem- 
phis, Ten- 
n e s s e e 
and chose 
Mississippi 
State be- 
cause of 
the Col- 
lege ofVet- 
e r i n a r y 
Medicine. 
She has 
know for a 
long time 
that she 
wanted to 
become a 
Doctor of 
Veterinary 
Medicine 
because 
she has al- 
ways been 
interested 
in animals. 



MICHELE MUNDY 



KELLI HALE 




As a soph- 
o m o r e 
from Ham- 
ilton, Ala- 
b a m a , 
Kenya is 
majoring 
in Second- 
ary Educa- 
tion in Eng- 
lish. She 
says that 
even as a 
little girl 
she came 
to ball- 
games 
here at 
state and 
knew this 
was the 
place for 
her. "It is a 
beautiful 
campus 
with friend- 
ly people." 



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Photos by Ralph Shearer 



178 



Scott has at- 
tended both 
campuses 
(Meridian and 
Main). He 
states that 
both provide 
an equal edu- 
cation. How- 
ever, the 
main campus 
offers a uni- 
versity atmos- 
phere. He be- 
lieves that 
Meridian will 
be able to of- 
fer this at- 
mosphere 
when they get 
moved into 
their new 
campus in the 
Fall 1993. 




Sidney is 
an interna- 
tional stu- 
dent from 
Africa. He 
came to 
Mississippi 
State after 
receiving 
an SSH 
scholar- 
ship to 
study in 
the United 
States. He 
chose Mis- 
sissippi be- 
cause it 
was a 

place he 
had never 
been. He 
knows now 
that MSU 
was cer- 
tainly the 
right 
school 
with the 
right facil- 
ities. 



Soman is a 
Doctorial stu- 
dent in Chem- 
istry. This is 
his first se- 
mester here, 
and he says 
there are 
many good 
things about 
MSU. Among 
the good 
things is the 
Chemistry 
program. 
Soman truly 
enjoys it. 



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Mississippi Legislature, the College of Vet- 
erinary Medicine began construction. In 
1977, the first class was admitted and went 
on to graduate in 1981. It is one of only 27 
colleges of veterinary medicine in the Unit- 
ed States. Forty-five applicants are admitted 
each year and forty percent remain in Mis- 
sissippi after graduation. The student to 
faculty ratio is approxiamately six to one. 
The main focus of the college is on poultry, 
animal and fish diseases and their impli- 
cations. 

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whole animal studies in the first year. Dur- 
ing the second year, sick animal study is 
emphasized. And the last two years are 
spent working on clinicals in such areas as 
large animals, small animals, and pathol- 
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DeMarco, Joann 

Dilworth, Laurie 



Ennis, Jean 

Grasmehr, Gayle 

Harvey, Kermit 

Holtcamp, Andy 

King, Brian 

Kirby, Rick 



Langston, Deanna 

Link, Doug 

May, Jacky 

McAdams, Randall 

McCreedy, Sam 

McGee, Darren 



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Miguel, Betty 

Moore, Matthew 

Moore, Lorie 

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Andress, Jackie 
Ashman, Michele 
Cash, B.J. 
Castro, Aida 




Colbert, Lynn 
Conner, Greg 
Dorney, Kirsten 
Garcia, Paty 
Gassen, Esther 
Goldberg, Steven 



Harrist, Al 
Hawkins, Beth 
Holland, Robert 
Iannone, Jeryl Ann 
Jager, Menno 
Joseph, Nicola 



Jung, Heiki 
Koronowski, Ed 
Kozuma, Kim 
Levy, Jeff 
Luludis, Karen 
Lyne, Taylor 



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Martin, Judi 
McGee, Matt 
Mentz, Linda 
Miller, Eric 
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Myers, Johnny 
Nelson, Jamie 
Plaisance, Sean 
Reno, Shane 
Respess, Amanda 



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Roge, Cheryl 
Samaniuk, Theresa 
Schreibman, Andrew 
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Fitzpatrick, Amy 

Fleming, Tim 

Gowan, Mike 

Harre, Cynthia 

Hodge, Tim 



Holland, Mark 

Jackson, Linda 

Leiske, Kevin 

Limbaugh, Jenn 

Lowrimore, Marie 

Mance, Cathy 



Moritz, Kristin 

Oesterling, Tami 

Phillips, Shana 

Pray, Portia 

Rehak, John 

Rivera, Raul 



Rogers, Stacy 

Sandifar, Lynne 

Saunders, Chel 

Sayre, Debbie 

Schuerer, Paula 

Sickle, Susie 



Snow, Steven 

Stockstill, Lee 

Stringfellow, Dean 

Thomas, Sandy 

Tnpodi, Lynn 

Vandiver, June 



Walker, Kathryn 

Weseli, Brett 

Whidey, Anne 

Williams, Lori 

Wolff, Paul 

Zettler, Jim 



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Acosta, Tracy 
Brooks, Ahalt 
Alfonso, Jose 
Alley, Mark 
Armstrong, Sara 
Boyd, KeUi 



Cinalli, Audra 
Cook, Ann 
Corbin, Amy 
Cunningham, Jason 
Diffey, Angels 
Durham, Clint 



Everett, Beth 
Fredericks, Russell 
Fordham, Michelle 
Fowler, Stephanie 
Fyke, Harry 
Gilbert, Lee 



Green, Clinr 
Greer, Michele 
Gunter, Juli 
Hale, Kelli 
Harris, J. B. 
Johnson, Chris 



Kendall, EUisa 
Losso, Robin 
Lynch, Paul 
Lyne, H.O. 
Marinello, Anthony 
Martin, Chris 



Mastrangelo, Lynn 
McLeroy, Christine 
Mercer, Charles 
Mitchell, Deborah 
Munoz, Diego 
Nalley, Bill 



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Pickering, Parti 
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Kristie Dearing takes a break from her classes to enjoy the sunny 
weather. 




Mayor Jimmy Kemp, Rep. Sonny Montgomery, Dean David Moffett, 
and Councilman George Thomas attended the Back to School Bash. 




Officials break ground at the new MSU Meridian Campus. Students and faculty hope to be in the 
new facilities by August 1993. The current classes are taught in classrooms located in a shopping 
center or at the community college. This central location will be a place that feels more like a 
college campus. 



190 




'Everyone is a winner in the Student Association!' 




Students and faculty get ready for the Back to School Bulldog Bash. 



Students in education explore the reserve library for an upcoming 
assignment. 



191 




Students participate in the Clearly Canadian exhibition. 




A future MSU graduate catches up on his sleep while his 
mom, an MSU Meridian student, waits. Many of the students 
of the Meridian Campus have children of their own. 



Meridian students take advantage of the sunny weather to cram before their next class. 



192 





he Meridian campus is improving continuously for 
s students. 



Many Meridian students juggle family life and 
schoolwork. 




nie Gregg (pointing), instructor, explains a com- 
iter problem to Sandra Dolan, Greg Smith, and 
nnifer Callahan (seated). 



193 




Association of Student Social Workers 



IssMppiState 

TI UNIVERSITY 




Courtesy photo 

Row 1: Advisor- E. Harold Keyes; Membership Committee Chair- Shirley Clayron; Vice Presidenr- June Ivy; Community Services Committee Chair- 
Yamily Bass-Choate Row 2: Advisor- Sandra Vaughn; Secretary- Cyndy Swaffar; President- Pat Graves; Treasurer- Phil Wilson 




Society for Advancement of Management 




Courtesy photo 

Row 1: David Miller; LaVonda Gray- Vice President/Fundraising; Carla Beal- Executive Vice President; Charla Dukes Row 2: DeWayne Hamrick- Vice 
President/Membership; Nicole Gibbs; Wilma Spritzer- Advisor; Jimmy Rowdiff- President; Gay Chamblee; Tammy Kennedy — Vice Pres- 
ident/Programs & Promotions; Ray Odom Row 3: Steve Edwards; Laurie Roberts; Joey McCann; Jay Goree Not pictured: Lisa Donovan- 
Secretary/Treasurer 



MS Professional Educators Student Assoc. 





jssisMState 

II UNIVERSITY 



Coarresy photo 

Row 1: Karen Brown- President Elect, Sonja Murray- President, Amy Ethridge- Treasurer, Shantal Jones, Tawanna Barnette, Stacie Ely Clark, Dr. Gary 
Benton- Advisor Row 2: Ellsa Caperton, Kim Brown, Becky Gandy, Cathy Thompson, Patsy Bryan Row 3: Karen Chisholm, Debbie Wedgeworth, Regina 
Pope, Carol Cannon, Stacy Branton Row 4: Kim Thompson, Tammy Strickland, Penny Thaggard, Earlene Windham- Secretary, Lisa McCoy, Stephanie 
Leach Row 5: Alan Giles, Weda Myatt, Ricky Spells, Rosemary Conner Not pictured: Sandra Howard- Historian, Kim Sistrunk- Advisor 



Student Association Officers 





Mississippi State 

II UNIVERSITY 



Courtesy photo 

Seated: Linda D. Butler- Advisor, Jay Goree- Vice President, Marlene Williamson- President, Sheila Vick- Secretary/Treasurer Standing: Steve Edwards- 
Senator, Business; Yamily Bass-Choate- Senator, Arts & Sciences; Brenda Kerr — Senator, Education; Kletina Stennis- Senator, Arts & Sciences; Dennis 
Lenoir- Senator, Business Not pictured: Kathi Wilson - Senator, Education 



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Acord, Joey Hickory 

Barnette, Tawana Clinton 

Baskins, Roosevelt DeKalb 

Bass-Choate, Yamily Metidian 

Bedford, Deward Meridian 



Bennett, Renee Meridian 

Birzer, Larry Meridian 

Boswell, Tammy Meridian 

Bourrage, Joyce DeKalb 

Bradley, Douglas Meridian 



Branton, Stacy Meridian 

Brown, Karen Collinsville 

Brown, Kim Collinsville 

Brown, Susan Philadelphia 

Burrage, Beverly Meridian 




Bushman, William Meridian 

Bushway, Robbie Meridian 

Caperton, Elisa DeKalb 

Carroll, Michelle Meridian 

Carpenter, Brian Bailey 



Castle, Kaye Quitman 

Caudill, John Chunky 

Chandler, Donna Raleigh 

Chisolm, Karen Meridian 

Clayton, Terry Meridian 



Connor, Rosemary Meridian 

Corey, Marsha Meridian 

Couch, Bettye Meridian 

Coward, Kathleen, Meridian 

Creekmore, Donna Newton 




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Dale, Steven Philadelphia 
Daily, Jacqueline Meridian 
Dean, Scotty Collinsville 
Dukes, Charla Collinsville 
Dunn, Sudrick Meridian 
Edwards, Evan Meridian 



Edwards, Steve Meridian 
Eichelberger, Rhonda Noxapater 
Ethridge, Julie Meridian 
Ethridge, Amy Collinsville 
Farmer, Renee Meridian 
Faucette, Shannon Bailey 



Flint, Scott Meridian 
Foster, Eddie Newton 
Gaddie, Richard Meridian 
Gandy, Rebecca Quitman 
Gibbs, Nicole Newton 
Giles, Alan Meridian 



Giles, Terri Meridian 
Gillis, Norman Little Rock 
Gordon, Gina Newton 
Goree, Jay Quitman 
Gracey, Tanya Meridian 
Graves, Pat Quitman 



Gray, LaVonda Collinsville 
Hanna, Kim Philadelphia 
Haralson, Cynthia Forest 
Harder, Brenton Lauderdale 
Hart, Frances Meridian 
Hart, Stacey Meridian 



Hatcher, Vickie Meridian 
Healey, John Meridian 
Hedrick, Steve Newton 
Hicks, Annette Meridian 
Hill, William Demopolis, Al 
Horn, Fatie Carthage 



197 



Hudson, Jill Meridian 

Hulgan, Valerie Meridian 

Ivy, June Enterprise 

James, Susan Meridian 

Jenkins, Craig Decatur 



Jenkins, Eloise Meridian 

Johnson, Pam Newton 

Jones, Gwendolyn Meridian 

Kennedy, Tammy Quitman 

Kerr, Brenda Meridian 



Landers, William Louisville 

Lewis, Sonya Little Rock 

Loe, David Demopolis, AL 

Mallette, William Meridian 

Mcllwain, Jennifer Meridian 



McShepard, Selber DeKalb 

Miller, David Meridian 

Miller, David Meridian 

Murray, Sonja Meridian 

Odom, Ray Meridian 



Pierce, Gwynne Meridian 

Phillips, Beth Collinsville 

Plowman, Eric Meridian 

Pope, Regina Philadelphia 

Quick, Pam Carthage 



Periaswamy, Ramalingam Meridian 

Rhoden, John Laurel 

Roberts, Laurie Meridian 

Robinson, Vivian Meridian 

Rooks, Jeff Meridian 





Rose, Tim Hickory 
Rowdiff, James Meridian 
Rick, Spells Meridian 
Russell, John Gallion 
Scott, Ruth Meridian 
Sessions, Tracy Meridian 



Shelby, Rebecca Toomsuba 
Shumate, Curtis Daleville 
Sims, Stacey Sandersville 
Skinner, Shirley Union 
Smith, Greg Meridian 
Stevens, Roy Collinsville 



Stokes, Anita Collinsville 
Swafford, Cynthia Toomsuba 
Sylvester, Susan Meridian 
Tate, Allison Meridian 
Thaggard, Penny Philadelphia 
Thigpen, Katie Heidelberg 



Thompson, Cathy Bailey 
Truelove, Sharon Meridian 
Turner, Jacqueline Meridian 
Vick, Sheila Meridian 
Walker, Peggy Meridian 
Wedgeworth, Debbie Meridian 



Welch, Richard Meridian 
White, Gloria Philadelphia 
Williams, Teresa Meridian 
Williamson, Marlene Meridian 
Wilson, Carlos Quitman 
Wimberly, Edward Meridian 



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Abbay, Rob Walls 

Abel, Abner Itta Bena 

Abel, Alex Itta Bena 

Abel, Aurthot Itta Bena 

Abtam, D'Leasha Columbia 



Adams, Angela Jackson 

Adams, Jack Memphis, TN 

Adams, Jennifer Meadville 

Alam, Shaflqul Miss. State 

Alexandet, Rodney Tishominga 




Algood, Mindy Jackson 

Allen, LaTonya Shaw 

Allred, Danny New Albany 

Anderson, Amy Long Beach 

Andrews, Natalie Vicksburg 



Anderson, Sonja Lexington 

Antici, Brad Lyon 

Arispe, Vanessa Jackson 

Armstrong, Russell Baton Rouge, LA 

Askew, Renita West Point 



Baber, Larfaya Jackson 

Bach, Eric Herndon, VA 

Bacon, Patficia Jackson 

Bailey, Anthony Oxford 

Bailey, Benje Jackson 



Bailey, Brad Lambert 

Bain, Brian Grenada 

Ball, Michael Long Beach 

Barber, Fredrick Heidelberg 

Barfield, David White Bluff, TN 













202 





Barker, Bonnie Madison 
Barlow, Jonathan Carriere 
Bartlett, Melissa Wiggins 
Barrett, Aprille Jackson 
Bates, Adam Steens 
Bass, Michael Vicksburg 



Baucom, Steven Steens 
Beach, Sandra Natchez 
Bearden, Jeremey Southaven 
Beasley, BobbiAnn Hamilton 
Beasley, Erin Long Beach 
Beauchem, Renee Ripley 



Bell, Angela Minden, LA 
Bell, Jennifer Fayette, AL 
Bellayuto, Jennifer Pleasanton, TX 
Benson, Sherre Corinth 
Berry, Stephanie Libby, MT 
Berryhill, Robin Eupora 



Bethea, Pat Jackson 

Blankenship, Kevin Orange Park, FL 

Blanton, Loti Jackson 

Bolton, Brandi Meridian 

Boone, Greg Laurel 

Boornson, Jeffrey Homewood, AL 



Booth, Robin Birmingham, AL 
Boren, Heather Walls 
Boswell, Ana Jackson 
Boucher, Kristin Corinth 
Boutwell, Allen Newton 
Boutwell, Angie Eupora 



Bowden, Amy Jackson 
Bowering, Guy Jr. Jackson 
Bowers, Christian Jackson 
Bowman, Shannon Yazoo 
Boyd, Leah Stark ville 
Bozeman, Regina Philadelphia 


















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Bradley, Steve Jackson 

Brewer, Allison Senatobia 

Bridges, Anita Jackson 

Bridges, Brian Meridian 

Bridges, Steven Brandon 



Brindley, Anne Indianola 

Brister, Byron Ackerman 

Brown, Gregory Laurel 

Brown, Jason Lucedale 

Brown, Jennifer West Point 



Brown, Jennifer Roswell, NM 

Brown, Joseph Jackson 

Brown, Katheryn Natchez 

Brown, SuzAnne Columbus 

Brown, Tasha Sallis 



Brown, Tracy Carthage 

Brumfield, Michael Columbia, MO 

Bryant, Amanda Starkville 

Bryant, Rebecca Fort Sheridan, IL 

Buchanan, Kelli Greenville 



Buchanan, Niles Jackson 

Buchanan, Stephanie Okolona 

Buird, Colin Clinton 

Bush, Douglas Starkville 

Bush, JoJo Biloxi 



Buder, Craig Grenada 

Butler, Hank Brooksville 

Butler, Theresa Meridian 

Burnett, Rhonda Arab, AL 

Burns, Priscilla Calhoun City 








Burnside, Alice Philadelphia 
Byrd, Christy Biloxi 
Cabell, Thomas Jackson 



Cail, Marsha Shaw 
Carter, Jennifer Columbus 
Carter, Michelle Amory 



Carter, Stacy Natchez 
Carter, Steven Metairie, LA 
Carver, David Bay St. Louis 
Carver, Newt Ruleville 
Casey, Whitney Vardaman 
Cason, Jaska Aberdeen 



Cassidy, Patrick Decatur, AL 
Causey, Leticia Clinton 
Causey, Zuanarda Gulfport 
Cedotal, Jeremy Oak Grove, LA 
Chafin, Jay Osceola, AR 
Chappelear, John Madison 



Charm, Stephanie Sallis 
Cheatham, David Louisville 
Chinn, Mignon Canton 
Chisolm, Anne Tinsley 
Christopher, David Brandon 
Clardy, Katrina Starkville 



Clark, Julie Columbus 
Clark, Kim Jackson 
Clark, Shawn Calhoun City 
Clark, Suzanne Gulfport 
Clayton, Laura DeValls Bluff, AR 
Clements, Nathan Little Rock, AR 



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Clendenin, Eric Pass Christian 

Coates, Robert Yazoo City I 

Cockerham, Chad Seymour, IN 

Cole, Lisa Canton 

Coleman, Libby Birmingham, AL 



Coleman, Sherry Louisville 

Collier, Sharon Starkville 

Collins, Jeremy Caledonia 

Collins, Leslie Cleveland 

Condello, Tina Greenville 



Connelly, Russell Mobile, AL 

Cook, Kelly Reform, AL 

Cooke, Dana Biloxi 

Cooper, Teri Columbus 

Cox, David Florence 



Cox, LaQuita Laurel 

Craft, Michelle Louisville 

Craven, Karie Collinsville 

Crawford, Carol Tillatoba 

Cresap, Michelle Vicksburg 



Crosby, Monica Aberdeen 
Cross, Alan Picayune 
Crutcher, Jamie Hamilton 
r Cummings, Mandy Starkville 
Cupil, Creshona Glostet 



Dabbs, Laurie Madison 

Dalcour, Claudis III Gulfport 

Dancy, Keletha Aberdeen 

D'Arcy, Craig Adanta, GA 

Darnell, Haley Okolona 





Daves, Arwell Columbus 
Davis, Ancivia Jackson 
Davis, LaKesha Vaiden 
Davis, Michael Collierville, TN 
Dawkins, Brice Jackson 
Dawkins, Michael Brooksville 



Dawson, Piper Clinton 

Dees, Jennifer Oxford 

Desilets, Christian Woodbridge, VA 

Dewberry, Lynn Maben 

Dewolf, Dennis Highlands, NC 

Dickerson, Erin Greenville 



Dion, Gary Huntsville, AL 
Dixon, Kathy Ripley 
Dixon, Kawn Macon 
Douglas, Samuel Columbus 
Drake, Amber Gulfport 
DuBose, Christy Longview, TX 



Dunn, Derrick Guys, TN 
Easley, Darrell Columbus 
Eaves, Tracy Louisville 
Edwards, Carlow Macon 
Egerson, Tywanda Water Valley 
Elliot, Amanda Starkville 



Ellis, Beth West Point 
Ellis, Betsy Memphis, TN 
Elwart, Brandy Vicksburg 
Estes, Sabrina Houston 
Etheridge, Berkley Greenville 
Eubanks, Ronald Pontotoc 



Evans, Marc Jackson 
Everett, Anne New Albany 
Ewing, Jill Yazoo 
Fairley, LaKisha Petal 
Falgares, Heather Amherst, NH 
Farrell, Suzanna Jackson 



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Ferguson, Matthew Fort Sheridan, IL 

Ferrell, Kendra West Point 

Fesler, Charles Mobile, AL 

Fletcher, Priscilla Greenwood 

Flournoy, Rebecca Natchez 



Flowers, Cam Jackson 

Floyd, Latrina Columbus 

Fondren, Bethany Stewart 

Franz, Shawna Germantown, TN 

Frye, Timothy Starkville 



Fuller, David Brandon 

Fuller, Kevin Moss Point 

Gagne, Henry Marietta, GA 

Gallaher, Matt Mandeville, LA 

Gammon, Chris Baton Rouge, LA 



Garcia, J. Ryan Collierville, TN 

Garrett, Brandy Memphis, TN 

Garrick, Lori Columbus 

Garriga, Amanda Ocean Springs 

Garviw, William Hot Springs, AR 



Gaskin, John Cedar Bluff 

Gayden, Lorenza Jackson 

Gentry, Dodds Artesia 

Gercens, Karl Cruger 

Gilbreath, Jan Hernando 



Gill, Mary Elizabeth Macon I 
Gill, Matt Brandon 1 
Gilliland, Ann Russellville, AL 
Gilmer, Glenn Columbus 
Givens, Sabrina Vaiden 





Gladney, Creacy West Point 
Glover, Hollis Durant 
Goff, Marty LuccdaJe 



Goings, Jennifer Pocahontas, AR 
Gordon, T. Duanc Jackson 
Graham, Darrell Collierville, TN 



Grant, Ricky Gulfport 

Grantham, Brad Grenada 

Gray, Betsy Tupelo 

Gray, David Corinth 

Gray, Mindy Germantown, TN 

Graves, Bobby Jackson 



Graves, Steffanie Natchez 
Graves, Tarone Jackson 
Green, Ashby Knoxville, TN 
Greenwood, Darnella Sallis 
Greer, Suzanne Jackson 
Grey, Jessica Philadelphia, PA 



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Hansell, Marina Shalimar, FL 



Hardaway, Montie Meridian 
Hardin, Melinda Coldwater 
Hardin, William Brandon 
Hardwick, Barbara Calhoun City 
Hardy, Michelle Jackson 
Hardy, Rebecca Cordova, TN 



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Harper, Brian Laurel 

Harrington, Paige Mantee 

Harris, Michael Hattiesburg 

Harrison, David Mountain Home, 

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Harrison, Frederick Brooksville 



Harrison, Kris Tiplersville | 
Hartwell, Jennifer Memphis, TN | 
Harvey, Kristen Kosciusko 
Hazlegrove, Amy Olive Branch 
Heitzmann, Brett Bay St. Louis 



Henderson, Katherine Ocean Springs 
Henley, Carman Yazoo City 
Hensley, Eric Clinton 
Herren, Amanda Madison 
Hertzog, Scott Long Beach PS 



Hester, Lea Russellville, AL 

Hester, Mary Anne Caledonia 

Hicks, Heather Jackson 

Hinchey, Carley Tupelo 

Hines, Cynthia Smyrna, TN f 



Hinshaw, Katye West Point 

Hodge, Leianna Meridian 

Hodges, Michele Ocean Springs 

Holbrook, Jennifer Jackson 

Holcomb, Melissa Southaven 



Holder, Elizabeth Canton 

Holderfield, Shannon Richardson, 

TX 

Holliman, Amy Columbus 

Hollingsworth, Beth Wiggins 

Holloway, Robert Smithville 





Holmes, Hayley Greenville 
Honea, Dickey Magee 
Hood, Laney Gunnison 
Hopkins, Aretha Kosciusko 
Home, Latarsha Shuqualak 
Home, Tina Shuqualak 



Hosford, Mark Madison 
Houston, Linda Starkville 
Houston, Teresa Camden 
Houts, James Pleasant Grove, AL 
Hughes, Sherry Huntsville, AL 
Hull, Anginette Walnut Grove 



Hunter, Melissa Jackson 
Hurd, Amanda Calhoun, LA 
Hutchins, Kengi Victorville, CA 
Ingham, Matthew Niceville, FL 
Ingram, James Jr. Columbus 
Israel, Victoria Pass Chrisrian 



Ivy, Marlon West Point 
Jackson, Dabbs Ridgeland 
Jackson, Demetria Coldwater 
Jacobson, Jodi Starkville 
Jaffer, Faisal Starkville 
Jeanes, Torrey Tiplersville 



Jeffcoat, Josh McComb 
Jefferson, Eldric Jackson 
Jenkins, Kim Tupelo 
Jenkins, Wiley II Sumner 
Joe, Michael Jackson 
Johns, Jermaine Starkville 



Johnson, Leigh Lexington 
Johnson, Richard Philadelphia 
Johnson, Tameka Cruger 
Johnston, Stacy Baton Rouge, LA 
Jones, Allison Columbus 
Jones, Brian Jackson 



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Jones, Chad Jackson 

Jones, David Brazil, IN 

Jones, Ed Ocean Springs 

Jones, Koury Maben 

Jones, Leigh Brandon 



Jones, Rende Memphis, TN 

Jones, Shelia Crenshaw 

Jones, Gerald Michigan City 

Jordan, Heather Kosciusko 

Kamrath, Nicole Rosedale 



Keck, Amelia Jackson 

Kelley, Muffy Germantown, TN 

Keene, Jennifer Meridian 

Kennedy, Denise Tupelo 

Kennedy, Haley Brandon 



Kewenig, Adam Oswego, IL 

King, W. David Brandenton, FL 

Knedlik, Andrew Gurley, AL 

Knight, Virgil Jr. Gloster 

Kowalski, Crystal Brandon 



Kuhn, Milicent Jackson 

Lagg, Frances Vicksburg 

Lamberson, Reid Murfreesboro, TN 

aster, Laura Philadelphia, NY 

r Landfair, Quo-Vadis Starkville 



Langley, Leah Yazoo City 

Larkin, John Newbern, TN 

Latham, Corey Louisville 

Latino, Carva Diamondhead 

Lawty, Sandra Starkville 





Le, Phong Starkville 
Lee, Kathryn Hattiesburg 
Lehman, Laura Tupelo 



Lewis, Chris Kosciusko 
Liberto, Lisa Jackson 
Loden, Michael Plantersville 



Loftis, Darla Union 
Lolli, Ginneite Columbus 
Long, LeAnne Aliceville, AL 
Long, Sharion Macon 
Lott, Courtney Eupora 
Loudenslager, Carie Lachary, LA 



Louys, Danielle Brandon 
Lowe, Julie Brandon 
Lucas, Stacey Winona 
Luckett, Margie Camden 
Maddux, Missie Biloxi 
Mahne, Jamie Lacombe, LA 



Mallery, Greg Brandon 
Mann, RoToniya Carthage 
Mann, Sherry Mathiston 
Mann, Tara Goodwater, AL 
Manuel, John Coldwater 
Mardis, Chris Jackson 



Marinaccio, Seth Monroe, CT 
Marotti, William Hughes, AR 
Marshall, James Caledonia 
Marshall, Rebecca Philadelphia 
Martin, T.M. Cordova, TN 
Marx, Whitney Hazlehurst 



Marzullo, Paul Marietta, GA 

May, Stephanie Memphis, TN 

Maschger, Tanya Piano, TX 

Mason, Brad Brandon 

Mason, Deanne Ocean Springs 



Matens, Brett Jackson 

Mathis, Shannon Oxford 

Matthews, Ashley Jackson 

Mazingo, Leslie Meridian 

McCormick, Amy Philadelphia 



McCoy, Kimberly Meridian 

McCoy, Lee Brandon 

McCoy, Phillip Starkville 

McCulloch, Chris Mexia, TX 

McDonald, Vernell Natchez 



McGehee, Kimmy Brookhaven 

McGee, Yulanda Winona 

McGill, Brant Winchester, TN 

McGrath, Suzy Tupelo 

Mclnnis, Karla Semmes, AL 



McKinion, Jenny Starkville 

McKinney, Steven Pascagoula 

McKnight, Craig Lucedale 

McMillan, Lora Waynesboro 

Medders, Crystal Pearl 



Medley, Brandon Brandon 

Melton, Tiffany Mobile, AL 

Metcalfe, Allie Houston 

Michels, Gerad Oswego, IL 

Miller, Brooks Hazlehurst 





Miller, Lattice Hazlehurst 
Mills, Nathanael Abilene, TX 
Monsour, Melissa Meridian 
Moody, Stephen Perkinston 
Mooneyham, Patricia Houston 
Moore, Carol Anne West Point 



Moore, Laura Murfreesboro, TN 
Moore, Michele Lilburn, GA 
Moore, Phillip Grenada 
Moore, Tony Columbus 
Morgan, Angela Senatobia 
Morgan, Deborah Decatur, AL 



Morgan, Holly Brandon 
Morgan, Marty Sturgis 
Morrison, Falana Corinth 
Morrison, Jenna Florence, AL 
Morrison, Mary Memphis, TN 
Mosley, Jeffrey Hollandale 



Mote, Chris Decatur, AL 
Mott, Darius Gautier 
Mattox, Lushanda Macon 
Myers, Shena Lexington 
Myers, Tracey Hattiesburg 
Myles, Tasha Jackson 



Mundy, Antree New Albany 
Murray, Taffi Winona 
Muzzi, Steve Shaw 
Nail, Lecrisha Columbus 
Napper, Cynthia Walls 
Nelson, Catherine Gulfport 



Nesbit, Bryan Jackson 
Newton, Floyd West 
Ngan, Julie Tupelo 
Nicholas, Laura Oxford 
Nichols, Ersula Starkville 
Nichols, Michael Yazoo City 



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Nitcavic, Lenny Biloxi 

Norris, Andrew Marks 

Nunez, Luis Venezuela 

O'Neal, Jennifer Morton 

Oswalt, Steve Texarkana, TX 



Outlaw, Kimberly Jackson 

Owens, LaDonna Starkville 

Palmer, Joey Eupora 

Parker, Danny Gulfport 

Parkman, Lori Pulaski 



Patrick, Jason Southaven 

Patterson, Mamie Jackson 

Patterson, Tempia Madison 

Pazian, Kristin Jackson 

Pollan, Jason Pearl 



Perez, Kenneth Areola 

Perez, Suzanne River Vale, NJ 

Perkins, Jennifer Winfield, AL 

Perry, Chris Birmingham, AL 

Peters, Anna Hattiesburg 



Peters, Liz Hamilton, AL 
Peterson, Mary Columbus 
Philley, Kimberly Jackson 
Phillips, Stuart Columbus 
Pierce, Eleanor Sallis 



Pirts, Derek Coldwater 

Pitts, Heather Jackson 

Porter, Suzanne Hammond, LA 

Pouncey, Nakeetsha Columbus 

Price, Theolyn Goodwater, AL 





Prillaman, Jim Memphis, TN 
Purdy, Brandy Dewitt, AR 
Purvis, Shana Jackson 



Pyatt, Jason Decarur, AL 
Roche, Timothy Franklin, TN 
Rainey, Brooke Nederland, TX 



Rainwater, Janice Rolling Fork 
Ramsey, Brian Jackson 
Randle, Jennie Weir 
Randle, Makesia Columbus 
Ransburg, Quentin Canton 
Rasberry, Rhonda Tupelo 



Ray, Trudy Harvey, IL 
Rayburn, Chrissy Madison 
Raymond, Edward Florence 
Reece, Katina Macon 
Rhodes, Slade Irmo, SC 
Rodgers, Jennifer Jonesboro, AR 



Rice, Kevin Russellville, AL 
Riels, Terri Hartiesburg 
Rieves, Mark Aberdeen 
Rives, Katie Newton 
Roberson, Melissa Batesville 
Reed, Jeremy Eupora 



Reese, Dallas Columbus 
Reid, Donna Biloxi 
Reid, Shelli Columbia 
Remerow, Kristoffer Clewiston 
Roberson, Michael Memphis, TN 
Roberts, Nikie Starkville 






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Robertson, Shannon Ocean Springs 

Robinson, Beth Tishomingo 

Rogers, Sinfornettia Starkville 

Rose, Holley Eupora 

Rowe, Rita Prairie 



Rupert, Denise Macon 

Rush, La'Shonia Philadelphia 

Rutledge, Cassandra Kosicusko 

Salama, Hager Savannah, TN 

Salisburg, Debbie Miami, FL 



Sanders, Beverly Oxford 

Sanders, Howard Areola 

Sanders, Michella Clarksdale 

Sanford, Jennifer Germantown, TN 

Sawyer, Flore Kilmichael 



Scarbrough, John Jackson 

Scheibe, Marc Cordova, TN 

Schepens, Daniel Tacoma, WA 

Scuth, Edward West Point 

Scott, Brandon Bartlett, TN 



Scrinner, Trace Indianola 
Seal, Payne Picayune 
Sears, Maggi Mobile, AL 
Segrest, Tempy Hermanville 
Shelton, April Ripley 



Shelton, Anitra West Point 

Sherman, Telesha Starkville 

Shoelen, Mike Dubuque, IA 

Shoemaker, Scott Jackson 

Short, Jamie Chattanooga, TN 





Shurden, Chris StarkviLle 
Simmons, Jonathan West Point 
Simmons, Ray Gore Springs 
Simpson, Rusty Tullahoma, TN 
Sims, Hester Jackson 
Sims, Rebecca Walnut Grove 



Sinquefield, Stephanie Senatobia 

Sitton, Ginger Jackson 

Skinner, Veronica Macon 

Stentz, Jennifer Caruthersville, MO 

Smira, Kevin Florence 

Smith, Alicia Meridian 



Smith, Carrie Laurel 
Smith, Courtney Columbus 
Smith, Jack Livingston, AL 
Smith, Ken Lucedale 
Smith, Kyle Meridian 
Smith, Loren Union City, IN 



Smith, Micheal Tupelo 
Smith, Ray Glen Allan 
Smith, Smitry Holly Springs 
Smith, Stuart Decatur, AL 
Snyder, Deeg Huntsville, AL 
Spell, Brian Woodville 



Spence, Benjamin Demopolis, AL 
Spencer, Alden Lawrenceville, GA 
Spiller, Patrick Winfield, AL 
Spradling, Shelle Tupelo 
Stark, Becky Ponotoc 
Staton, Wendy Jackson 



Stephenson, Calandra Columbus 
Stevens, Chris Woodland 
Stewart, Adrienne Gulfport 
Stewart, Sheri Memphis, TN 
Stockton, Brian Meadville 
Stout, Carmen Ridgeland 



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Stovall, James Vaiden 

Stuan, Jay Florence 

Sturgis, Cheryl Columbus 

Sumrall, Shan Gulfport 

Swafford, Seth Pascagoula 



Tabb, Ryan Rosedale 

Taite, Derrick Moss Point 

Tanner, Misty Brandon 

Tate, Natasha Jackson 

Tate, Twisha Ptaitie Point 



Taylor, Kevin Searcy, AR 

Taylor, Kimberly Cedar Bluff 

Taylor, Susan Forest 

Taylor, Veronica Winona 

Teague, Tracey Kosciusko 




Tedder, Ginger Vardaman 

Thomas, Georgia Jackson 

Thomas, Jason Greenville, AL 

Thomas, Michelle Columbus 

Thompson, Corretta Lamar 



Thompson, Jerod Carthage 

Thompson, Metinda Gloster 

Tilghman, Tiffany Grenada 

Tipton, Holly Pheba 

Tingle, Tiffany Starkville 



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Tran, Kiev-anh Pass Christian 

Tran, Houng Starkville 

Tran, Soang Starkville 

Travis, Nathan Germantown, TN 





Tryon, James Pontotoc 
Turner, Jf ill Tallulah, LA 
Underwood, Melinda Starkville 



Vail, Charles Senatobia 
VanBuren, Ryan Grant, FL 
Vance, Mandy Corinth 



Vance, Seketheia Jonesboro, AR 
Vanderford, Lisa Kosciusko 
Vandevender, Jimmy Willis, TX 
Varnando, Pernell Hattiesburg 
Veazey, Jackie Forest 
Villavaso, Tina Starkville 



Wages, Melanie Tupelo 
Wagner, Kyle Olive Branch 
Waldrip, Jeff Lucedale 
Walker, Andrea Aberdeen 
Walker, Carly Stoneville 
Walker, Monte Greenville 



Wall, Christi Clinton 

Wallace, Carrie Rutherfordton, NC 

Wampler, Travis Starkville 

Ware, Alicia Lexington 

Ware, Quita Jackson 

Watson, Sara Union 



Watson, Shannon Eupora 
Warts, Katina Jackson 
Weaver, Amber Hartselle, AL 
Webb, Misty Lexington 
Webb, Tracey Belden 
Welch, Melissa Laurel 



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Wells, Dwanda Jackson 

Wells, Gina Philadelphia 

West, Danette Caledonia 

West, Lewis Gautier 

West, Michele Potts Camp 



Westbtook, Dana Raleigh 

Whirl, Wynetta Coila 

Whitman, Paul Ocean Springs 

White, Lynn Wesson 

Whitehead, Camille Shannon 



Whitehead, Jennifer Vicksburg 

Whittington, Joe Haalehurst 

Wickersham, Khristi Canton 

Wier, David Cleburne 

Wilkerson, Machelle Jackson 



Wilkey, Allison Greenwood 
Williams, Fayette Ruleville 

Williams, Gina Hattiesburg 
Willams, Kenneth Jackson 
Willams, Leigh Horn Lake 



Williams, Lonnie Amory 

Williams, Penny Mantee 

Williamson, Shanna Brookhaven 

Williamson, T.J. Philadelphia 

Willis, Renae Aberdeen 



Wilson, Matt Forest 

Wilson, Mitch Smithdale 

Wilson, Tonya Starkville 

Winstead, Jennifer Jackson 

Wiseman, Carla Clarksdale 





Woodruff, Lacey Batesville 
Woods, Jackie Waveland 
Woodward, Wendy Madison 
Worrham, Frannett Coldwater 
Wright, Angela East St. Louis, IL 



Wright, Jeanette Eupora 
Yawn, Angela Sumrall 
Young, Brandon Fayetteville, TN 
Young, Carmelitta Noxapater 
Young, Clint Eupora 



Young, LaSandra Carthage 
Younger, Alison Steens 
Youngblood, Bethany Meadville 
Yowk, Valarie Kosciusko 
Zager, Valerie New Albany 






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Abril, Alison Wellington, FL 

Acosta, Lanny Gulfport 

Adams, Jennifer Columbus 

Albright, Christy Thomasville, GA 

Alford, Leslie Jackson 



Allen, Mark Darien, CT 

Allen, Stanley Madison 

Allen, Susanne Lakeland, FL 

Allensworth, Nicole Horn Lake 

Amacker, Jonathan Columbia 



Anderson, Allee Pascagoula 

Anderson, Contenia Goodman 

Anderson, Pansy Pickens 

Anderson, Yolanda Pickens 

Anthony, Robert Crawford 




Archer, John Germantown, TN 

Archer, Kevin Mobile, AL 

Arszman, Alison Huntsville, AL 

Ashley, Katie Olive Branch 

Ashley, Randall Amory 



Atkinson, Robert Hoover, AL 

Austin, Stacy West Point 

Avery, Kelly Pascagoula 

Bankester, Blake Alpharetta, GA 

Barberena, Armando San Francisco, 

CA 



Barclay, Anthony Columbus 

Barfield, John Killen, AL 

Barnett, Lori Columbus 

Batten, Susan Collierville, TN 

Baugh, Tom Hollandale 



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Bearid, Eric Sikeston, MO 
Bean, Kenneth Lawrenceville, GA 
Beets, Daniel Columbia 
Beltran, Carlos Starkville 
Bennett, Brian Starkville 
Bennett, Michelle Winona 



Benway, Tracy Demopolis, AL 
Bergiel, Erich Thibodaux, LA 
Berryhill, Derek Baton Rouge, LA 
Betts, Amy Caledonia 
Bigelow, Jaclynn Columbus 
Billups, Reginald Columbus 



Bilwani, Altaf Starkville 
Black, Letha West Point 
Blacklidge, Ginger Gulfport 
Blackwell, Sarah Taylorsville 
Blanden, Annette Columbia 
Bloodsworth, Kent Batesville 



Boga, Tonya Holly Springs 
Bogard, Jeremy Dover, TN 
Bolton, Annette Jackson 
Booker, Yolanda West Point 
Booth, Molly Germantown, TN 
Bowlin, Beth Cleveland 



Boykin, Julie Yazoo City 
Buice, Leslie Grenada 
Buice, Shane Grenada 
Bumagin, Laura Long Beach 
Burke, Matthew Jackson 
Burchfield, Krista Vaiden 



Burgess, Stacy Brookhaven 
Bush, Elizabeth San Antonio, TX 
Butler, Allison Clarksdale 
Buder, Daniel Tupelo 
Branch, Charlotte Sallis 
Branch, Janet Cleveland 



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Braswell, Ryan Caruthersville, MO 

Bridges, Donnie Tupelo 

Bridges, Melanie Stewart 

Brignac, Rene Starkville 

Broocks, Jennifer Brandon 



Brooks, William Bells, TN 

Brown, LaRaye Kosciusko 

Brown, Terry Columbus 

Brunson, Gene Starkville 

Brumfield, Skeeter Natchez 



Buse, Kimberley Tupelo 

Cade, Ben Dekalb 

Cain, Travis Carthage 

Caldwell, Patricia Greenville 

Callaway, Kerri Columbus 



Cammack, Sam Starkville 

Campbell, Stephanie Kosciusko 

Carpenter, Casey Brandon 

Carpenter, Laura Senatobia 

Carr, Jennipher Tupelo 



Carraway, William Sebring, FL 

Carter, Chance Brandon 

Carter, Jacque Prairie 

Carter, Nicolle Arlington, TX 

Carter, Ruth Southaven 



Carson, Lee Gloster 

Case, David Stattgart, AR 

Case, Libby Youngsville, LA 

Caston, Molly Ridgeland 

Chapman, Charles Starkville 








Chapman, Jereme Starkville 
Chapman, Tamatha Jackson 
Chancellor, Byron EUisville 



Chang, Peter Starkville 
Chatham, Kathy Vicksburg 
Cheatham, Anna Madison 



Christensen, Pernille Alpharetta, GA 
Clarke, Karen Covington, LA 
Claxton, Alicia Starkville 
Clay, Eric Starkville 
Clayton, Kellie Oswego, IL 
CLeveland, Andy Starkville 



Clune, Joseph Starkville 
Cochran, Heather Belden 
Cole, Theodore Meridian 
Collins, Donna Walls 
Collins, Jeffery West Point 
Collins, Kym Meridian 



Colletta, Mike Gulfport 
Conley, Garrison Starkville 
Cook, Jason Groves, TX 
Cooper, Josh Murfreesboro, TN 
Cox, Chad Columbus 
Crane, Nathan Charlestown, IN 



Ctamer, Matthew Fredericksburg, VA 
Crigler, Mark Columbus 
Cunetto, Maria Miss State 
Dahlem, James Hamilton 
Dancy, Kebebe Aberdeen 
Darby, Chanda Tillatoba 



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Darumer, Drew Clinton 

Davidson, Shannon Starkville 

Daves, Bridged Coila 

Daves, Kelli Coila 

Davis, Carol Grenada 



Davis, Jennifer Smithville 

Dearman, Melissa Houston 

Dees, Amy Clarksdale 

Deuter, Brian Jonesboro, AR 

Dewalt, Bradley Covington, LA 



Dill, Michael Ocean Springs 

Dixon, Susan Thomasville, GA 

Dobbs, Amy Calhoun City 

Downey, Janet Pearl River, LA 

Duncan, Timothy Naples, FL 



Eakin, Jason Vicksburg 

Easley, Joel Starkville 

Easterling, Shayne Aberdeen 

Edgeworth, Mike Columbus 

Edmond, Tasha Lena 



Edwards, Jennifer Amory 

Elisar, Kathy Nashville, TN 

Elwell, Eric McMinnville, TN 

Ethridge, Dean Hattiesbutg 

Evans, Andrea Clinton 



Evans, Rodney Houston 

Ewing, Angela Prairie 

Ezell, Rita Tupelo 

Faussone, Diane Woodstock 

Ferguson, Brandi Union 





Fields, Chris Ocean Springs 
Firzgerald, Carlton New London, NH 
Fleming, Andra Vaiden 
Flynn, Rachael Tupelo 
Fonck, Thaddeus Miss State 
Fondren, Myra Stewart 



Ford, Amy Amory 
Ford, Stephen Newton 
Fordham, David Petal 
Fortenberry, Betty Natchez 
Foster, Becky Vicksburg 
Fulcher, Julie Louisville 



Fullen, Lucy Ripley, TN 
Fuller, Jennifer Louisville 
Frank, Frederick Starkville 
Frederick, Katie Tupelo 
Freibert, Anna Jackson 
French, Brandi Meridian 



Freret, Stephen Gulfport 
Frerichs, Mary Clinton 
Frye, Chuck Pascagoula 
Gaines, Kerry Newton 
Gandy, Lula West Point 
Garcia, Carolina Starkville 



Garcia-Maldonado, Betsy Lima, Peru 
Gardner, Parti Natchez 
Garrity, Byron Natchez 
Gartman, Kenneth Summit 
Gaston, Ronnie Eupora 
Gates, Wesley Sarasota, FL 



Gatlin, Ashley Jackson 
Gillis, Matt Sturgis 
Givens, Toxie Brandon 
Glenn, Victor Louisville 
Goggans, Kenya Hamilton, AL 
Goldbeck, Mark Sr. Louis, MO 



Gray, Brian Jackson 

Gray, Herbert Brandon 

Griffin, Chris Falkner 

Griffin, Jason Ackerman 

Griffin, Kevin Humboldt, TN 



Gross, Alia Jackson 

Gross, Trevor Madison 

Guice, Tara Starkville 

Haar, Jon Albuquerque, NM 

Habbard, Robert Huntsville, AL 



Hall, Shelley Vicksburg 
Hamby, Roseann Stewart 

Hamff, Allison Brandon 

Hamilton, Renae Wesson 

Hand, Shane Clinton 



Hanna, Michelle Smithville 

Hardwick, Cheri Metairie, LA 

Harper, Fitzgerald Calhoun City 

Harper, Penny Pearl 

Harper, Rachel Vardaman 



Harrick, Dana Melbourne, FL 

Harris, Michael Roswell, GA 

Harrison, J.D. Vicksburg 

Hart, Jeff Madison 

Hart, Jennifer Meridian 



Hatheway, Stacey Leesburg, VA 

Hastings, Andrea Scottsboro, AL 

Hasty, Christopher Vicksburg 

Hawkins, Chad Calhoun City 

Heggie, Allen Meridian 




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Granger, Brian Starkville 
Henderson, Cathy Greenwood 
Henderson, David Verona 



Henson, Chase Jax 
Herndon, Kristi Shannon 
Hicks, Bonney Vicksburg 



Hightower, Scarlett Holly Springs 
Hill, Tiffanee Isola 
Hilleke, Leasha Huntsville, AL 
Hobbs, Richard Olive Branch 
Hogan, Eric Jackson 
Holbrook, Nikki Cleveland 



Holder, Amy Clcwiston, FL 
Holke, Christopher Geweseo, IL 
Holland, Steven Jackson 
Holliday, Karen Aberdeen 
Holliday, William Starkville 
Holman, Glenn Oxford 



Hood, Kristen Katy, TX 
Hood, Steve Grenada 
Hooks, Amy Ridgeland 
Hopkins, Hollis Winona 
Hudson, Jody Waynesboro 
Huff, Karen Vicksburg 



1 Hughes, Nathan Germantown, TN 
' Hughey, Brian Escatawpa 

Hunt, Stacia Starkville 

Hurd, Wendy Cropwell, AL 

Isbell, Amanda Tupelo 

Jackson, Brian Cleveland 






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Jackson, Christopher Hazlehurst 

Jackson, Gregory Clarksdale 

Jackson, Julie Madison 

Jackson, Missy Brandon 

Jackson, Rosa Aberdeen 



Jacob, Rachael Clarksdale 

James, Jay Gore Springs 

James, Keith Brandon 

Jarrett, Regina Greenville 

Jarzen, Ryan Tupelo 



Jefferson, Travillion Belzoni 

Jenkins, Dianco Moss Point 

Johnson, Dorothea Coldwater 

Johnson, Jennifer Brandon 

Johnson, Melanie Carthage 



Johnson, Rob Canton 

Jones, Latisha Weir 

Jones, Stefanie Madison 

Jordan, Aubre West Point 

Keller, James Bethesda, MD 



Kellum, Amy Charleston 

Kemp, Kathy Holly Springs 

Kendall, Connie Cascilla 

Kern, Sharon Brandon 

Khan, Atif Starkville 



Kilgore, Theresa Woodland 

Knight, Cory Centreville 

Knight, Jeff Shannon 

Knight, Zach Clinton 

Kornman, Paul Biloxi 








Krebs, Anthony Pascagoula 

Lacey, Ryan Aberdeen 

Lake, Gregory Williamsfield, Jamaica 

Lambert, Jeffery Coldwater 

Land, David Hattiesburg 

Lawrence, Todd Oswego, IL 



Leach, Bethany Shubuta 
Lee, Barry Dumfries, VA 
Leech, Penny Jackson 
Lewis, Kevin Pearl 
Leyden, Corinne Roswell, GA 
Liddell, Todd Starkville 



Liles, Andrew Brandon 
Lim, Hooi-Ping Starkville 
Lindsey, Michael Cruger 
Lipscomb, Kristen Greenville 
Little, Veronica Kosciusko 
Livingston, Amy Picayune 



Lolley, Cheryl Gulfport 
Long, Michale Tylertowen 
Long, Nicole Macon 
Lopez, Ashley Starkville 
Lott, Elizabeth Greenwood 
Love, Stacy Natchez 



Lovelady, Tiffany Brandon 
Loviza, Kathleen Vicksbutg 
Lowe, Jacqueline Caledonia 
Lowe, Tywanda Sardis 
Loyd, Ruth Natchez 
Lum, Rodney Pace 



Lunford, Yolanda Cleveland 
Lynch, Lee St. Petersburg Beach, FL 
Mak, Linda Greenville 
Makamson, Roxanne Sturgis 
Mamun, Shriaj Starkville 
Mallard, Kristi Enterprise 



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Mandeville, Dave Huntsville, AL 

Manuel, Harold LaPlace, LA 

Martin, Corey Meridian 

Martin, James Crystal Springs 

Martin, Stephanie Hazlehurst 



Martin, William Huntsville, AL 

May, Lydia McCool 

Mayo, Jennifer Brandon 

McCain, Dawn Birmingham, AL 

McCaskill, Mandy Vicksburg 



McCleave, Jason Ocean Springs 

McCreight, Heather Pontotoc 

McCulley, Rusty Starkville 

McDonald, Shannon Baker, LA 

McEwen, LaShern Oxford 



McGahey, LeAnne Rosedale 

McGriff, Lori HaleyviUe, AL 

McKay, Wendy Columbus 

McKenzie, Timothy Eupora 

McMillin, Angie Jackson 



McNairy, Dewayne Prairie 

McNeel, Christy Starkville 

McPherson, James Yazoo City 

McWhirter, Pamela Louisville 

Meeks, Carol Greenville 



Meier, Thomas Decatur, AL 

Menley, Mark Dexter, MO 

Miles, Sean Amory 

Miles, Stacie Guin, AL 

Miller, Amanda Kosciusko 







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Miller, Cassandra Kosiciusko 
Miller, Sharon Philadelphia 
Mims, Rusty Holcomb 



Mitchell, Shellie Starkville 
Moody, William Starkville 
Moore, Bart Philadelphia 



Moore, Christy Joplin, MO 
Moore, Latassha West Point 
Morgan, Tonya Calhoun City 
Morris, Ann Toy Jackson 
Morris, John Tupelo 
Morton, Karen Tupelo 



Moulder, Tara Starkville 
Mullins, Jason Decatur, AL 
Murphy, Melanie Starkville 
Nelson, Laura Madison 
Nelson, Scott Pascagoula 
Newton, David Birmingham, AL 



Nix, Jody Clinton 

O'Connor, Timothy Barnesville, GA 

Ohlson, John Montgomery, AL 

O'Lenick, Karen Jackson, TN 

Oliver, Bonita Macon 

Owen, Angela Kosciusko 



Pace, Leigh Canton 
Palmer, Eric Holly Springs 
Palmer, Kim Hamilton, AL 
Parham, Jason Amory 
Parker, Jennifer Brandon 
Parker, Jimmy Vinemont, AL 



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Parrish, Carla Columbus 

Parrish, Robert Starkville 

Passons, Paige Slidell, LA 

Patterson, Anthony Clarksdale 

Patterson, Barry Foxworth 



Payne, Kristena Natchez 

Penny, Elizabeth Houston 

Permenter, Carrie Memphis, TN 

Peters, Katey Tupelo 

Peterson, Shannon Oswego, IL 



Petro, Andrew Leland 

Petry, Kelley Long Beach 

Petty, Catherine Grenada 

Phillips, Sharon Olive Branch 

Pickens, Christy Tillar, AR 



Pierce, Shannon Grenada 

Pike, Craig England 

Pinkerton, Mac Biloxi 

Pitchford, Renee Vicksburg 

Pitts, Curtis Saltillo 



Plunkett, Candy West Point 

Polk, Melisa Brandon 

Poole, Harold Natchez 

Porter, Dred Jackson 

Potter, Julia Jackson 



Pray, Kristin Oxford 

Presley, Dana Vicksburg 

Presley, Julian Clarksdale 

Puckett, Ashley Jackson 

Purser, Chad Star 





Purvis, Joey Tylertown 
Raggazzi, Brian Brandon 
Ragland, Amy Gulfport 
Ragland, Tammy Crystal Springs 
Rankin, Christine Jackson 
Ray, Amanda Russellville, AL 



Reddick, Erin Vicksburg 

Reed, Dana Louisville 

Reed, Tex Henderson, TX 

Reed, Vicki Clinton 

Reese, Beverly Thomasville, GA 

Reese, Lawanda Yazoo City 



Renfro, Michael Vicksburg 
Richardson, Harold Picayune 
Riddle, Mark Madison, AL 
Rigby, Brad Louisville 
Roberts, Kara Starkville 
Robinson, LaVisa Meridian 



Robinson, Nicchi Starkville 
Robinson, Willie Columbus 
Rodgers, Jennifer Louisville 
Rogers, Chris Hazlehurst 
Rogers, Jason Tuscaloosa, AL 
Roper, Barbara Hazlehurst 



Rose, Bryan Huntsville, AL 
Ross, Chris Richton 
Rowe, Brandon WoodviUe 
Rushin, Leanna Greenville 
Rushing, Shelly Starkville 
Rushing, Tabatha Columbus 



Rucker, Kern Yazoo City 
Rudolph, Krystal Philadelphia 
Ruggles, Julia West Point 
Russell, Amy Pontotoc 
Russum, Elizabeth Magee 
Ryals, Jeffrey Purvis 






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Ryan, Adam Hattiesburg 

Sabzwari, Shabih Starkville 

Samayoa, Rodrigo Starkville 

Sanders, Dennis Kosciusko 

Saum, Heather Columbus 



Savell, Clay Jackson 

Savell, Shay Jackson 

Saxon, Marie Moscow, TN 

Schrag, Jennipher Pensacola, FL 

Schumann, Nicholas Louisville, KY 



Schultz, Bradley Huntsville, AL 

Schwarzmann, John Germantown, 

TN 

Seago, Amye Ashland 

Sea wood, Mary Winona 

Sellers, Hettie Starkville 



Selph, Carissa Starkville 

Seymore, Manda Turwiler 

Shanjahan, Mohammad Deerpark, 

TX 

Shannon, Marti Tunica 

Sharp, Jenifer Memphis, TN 



Shearon, Vicki Booneville 

Sheppard, Chastitie Jackson 

Sherman, Christa Union 

Shultz, Richard Richmond 

Simmons, Alison Columbus 



Skipper, Jim Shuqualak 

Slayton, Jennifer Cullman, AL 

Slayton, Jon Columbus 

Sloan, Anthony McCool 

Smith, Amy Corinth 





Smith, Bruce Louisville 
Smith, Christy Vicksburg 
Smith, Cicely Okolona 



Smith, Kelly Philadelphia 
Smith, Lacey Mendenhall 
Smith, Roderick Greenville 



Smith, Shannon Tupelo 
Smith, Sherry Canton 
Smithey, Heather Pine Bluff, AR 
Snell, Beverly Bartlett, TN 
Sorrels, Natalie DeKalb 
Speck, Michael Dyersburg, TN 



Spell, Robin Macon 
Spiess, Rhonda Bay St. Louis 
Standley, Brenda Starkville 
Stanley, Robby Tuscumbia, AL 
Stevens, Jill Clinton 
Stevenson, Nicole Columbus 



Steward, Rejanah Lorman 
Stewart, Andrea Rolling Fork 
Stone, Dewayne Starkville 
Stover, Melissa Southaven 
Stowe, Wendy Brandon 
Street, Barry Madison 



Strickland, Tracy Philadelphia 
Stultz, Paul Ocean Springs 
Sturdevant, Benjanette Greenville 
Surholt, Jennifer Clarksdale 
Swain, Karen Starkville 
Swilley, Shelley Florence 



239 



Swindall, Angel Aberdeen 

Swinney, Bradford Booneville 

Tabor, Apryl Srarkville 

Taylor, Justin Milwaukee, WI 

Teague, Pattie Sallis 



Teel, Amy Clarksdale 

Thomason, Polly Southaven 

Thompson, Christopher Titusville, 

FL 

Timms, Brandi Golden 

Tingle, Jeb Vicksburg 



Tipton, John Nashville, TN 

Tolar, Britt Columbia 

Tolbert, Robin Philadelphia 

Tompkins, Teresa Winona 

Townsend, Tiffany Brandon 



Travis, Justin Atoka, TN 

Trussell, Kelly Vicksburg 

Tullos, Simone Murfreesboro, TN 

Turner, Emily Maiden, MO 

Turner, Jennifer Clinton 



Turner, Michael MS State 

Tyner, Tracy Brandon 

VanderZwang, John Memphis, TN 

Vaughn, Melissa Eupora 

Versiga, Eve Gautier 



Voyles, Valerie Tupelo 

Walcher, Lanessa Starkville 

Walker, Carey Starkville 

Walker, Erika Kosciusko 

Walker, William Pheba 





Wallace, Shannon Starkvilk 
Wallace, Stephanie Pelahatchie 
Walters, Sheryl Tyndall AFB, FL 
Walton, Jay Pascagoula 
Wanngmughler, Brian Evansville, IN 
Ware, Stephanie Carthage 



Warren, Clint Hamilton 
Waseem, Syed MS State 
Watkins, Kimberly Brute 
Watson, Heather Starkville 
Watson, Michelle Jackson 
Watson, Scott Jackson 



Watson, Stevie Minter City 
Wax, Christopher Starkville 
Webb, Dave Plantersville 
Webster, Lisa Houston 
Weir, Tess Bolivar, TN 
Weiss, Philip Slidell, LA 



White, Demetrius Coldwater 
White, Jason Jackson 
White, LaShawn Cleveland 
White, Nicole Belden 
Whiteside, Jennifer New Albany 
Whitsell, Bobby Holcomb 



Wilkerson, Stephanie Daleville 
Williams, Anthony Vicksburg 
Williams, Brian Independence 
Williams, Erick Columbus 
Williams, CamiUe Batesville 
Williams, Roosevelt Charleston 



Williams, Shionell Pace 
Williams, Terrance Starkville 
Williams, Vicki Clinton 
Williamson, Angela Senatobia 
Williamson, Elizabeth Louisville 
Wilson, Kimberly Tupelo 



241 



Wilson, Me Memphis, TN 

Woods, Amy Walls 

Woods, Joseph Indianola 

Woods, Paula Vernon, AL 

Woodward, Kevin Amory 



Worthy, Margaret McCool 

Wust, Brandi Chaimette, 

LA 

Zirlott, Chris Amory 

Yarborough, Matt Jackson 

Yates, Kristen Greenville 




Young, Jacqueline Kilmichael 

Young, Wendy Starkville 

Yusuf, A.M. Starkville 



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Abel, Kristie Houston, TX 

Adair, Jason Moulton, AL 

Adams, Jamie Amory 

Adams, Laura McCool 

Adams, Susan Madison 



Adkison, Leah Philadelphia 

Ahmad, Farhan Starkville 

Akins, Michael Blue Mm. 

Alawine, Michelle Newton 

Alexander, Antoinette Aberdeen 



Allen, Jeff Lyon 

Allen, Lori Pontotoc 

Allen, Tracy Starkville 

Alexander, Dax Wiggins 

Almeida, Ana Paula Bethesda, MD 



Allsup, Haze Macon 

Anderson, Bert Canton 

Anderson, Russell Gulfport 

Anderson, Wayne Starkville 

Anthens, Shane Columbus 



Arnold, Terry Natchez 

Ashford, Charles Kosciusko 

Ashley, Margaret Raleigh 

Ashmore, Sarah Dallas, TX 

Ashmore, Tammy Greenville 



Assell, Joe Oswego, IL 

Atkins, Harold Columbus 

Atkison, Allan Forest 

Aubuchon, Woody Tupelo 

Auton, Lisa Meridian 




244 




Avery, Ben Hamilton, AL 
Axton, Christopher Brandon 
Azwell, Douglas Pascagoula 
Bailey, Jay Clinton 
Bailey, Jennifer Lilburn, GA 
Bailey, Jenny Kosciusko 



Ballard, Gwendolyn Shuqualak 
Banks, Alison Brooksville 
Banks, Ashley Huntsville, AL 
Barber, Amy Meridian 
Bailey, Coleman Coffeeville 
Barlow, Stephen Jay, FL 



Barnes, Cedric Columbia 
Bass, Curtis Meridian 
Battles, Gordon Hartselle, AL 
Beachum, Amy Tupelo 
Beard, Phil Aberdeen 
Beck, Heatherly Brandon 



Beene, Gina Bartlett, TN 
Belvin, Monica Collinsville 
Benjamin, Makessa Jackson 
Bennear, Monica Pearl 
Bennett, Barbara Clatksdale 
Bennett, Shawna Picayune 



Benton, Brad Ocean Springs 

Bethany, Brigitte Louisville 

Betts, Gayle Starkville 

Blake, Manesha Cedar Bluff 

Blalock, Lamar Decatur 

Blankenship, Monica Baton Rouge, LA 



Bonds, Scott Tupelo 
Boone, Brad Clinton 
Boring, Jennifer Starkville 
Bowen, Wes Tupelo 
Bowling, Linda Jackson 
Bowman, Chris Starkville 



245 



Box, Gina Pearl 

Box, Mark Ackerman 

Box, Stacey Blue Mtn. 

Boyd, Christopher Heidelberg 

Boyd, David Bay Springs 



Boyd, John Bartlett, TN 

Boyd, Shanna Pearl 

Boykin, Shelley Raleigh 

Braddock, Debbie Ripley 

Bradley, Todd Pascagoula 



Branton, Will Leland 

Brasell, Kathy Maben 

Brasell, Lance Batesville 

Brasfeild, Charles Starkville 

Breazeale, Betsy Port Gibson 



Breedlove, Carol Philadelphia 

Bridgman, Karen Pontotoc 

Bright, Cynthia Indianola 

Britt, Cristi Indianola 

Brock, Royal Jackson 



Brooks, Kim Corinth 
Brookhart, Nina Orange Beach, AL 
Brooks, Sheletha Jackson 
Brown, Amy Iuka 
Brown, Belinda Carthage 



Brown, Keith Grenada 

Brown, Sally Columbus 

Bruce, Kevin Edwards 

Brumfield, Kristie Clinton 

Bryan, Christopher Starkville 





Bryan, George Starkville 
Bryant, Sammy Raleigh 
Buckley, Ginger Columbus 



Buehring, Jason Tupelo 
Bunch, Sara Beth Greenwood 
Burchett, John Lyman 



Burger, Jenny Gulfport 
Burkhalter, Stacey MS State 
Burks, Charlie Biloxi 
Burnett, Robin Jackson 
Burns, Molly Germantown, TN 
Burns, Steve Bogue Chitto 



Burr, Mark Caledonia 
Burt, Jennifer Starkville 
Burwell, Heather Jackson 
Bush, Daphne BrooksviUe 
Bush, Heath Pearl 
Butler, Tommy Lawrence 



Byrd, Angela Stewart 
Byrd, Martha Shaw 
Byrd, Tony Escatawpa 
Cabunae, Michelle Greenwood 
Cagle, Kimberly Kosciusko 
Calton, Michelle Brandon 



Campbell, Christopher Helena 
Carother, Meredith Jackson 
Carr, Tony Pearl 
Carskadon, Gordon Starkville 
Carte, Matthew Long Beach 
Carter, Jennifer Okolona 



247 



Castanis, Mana Columbus 

Carver, Chad Carrollton 

Caviness, Robert Ripley 

Chappell, Ann Jackson 

Cheema, Mubashir Starkville 



Chiang, Kuang-Lue Melaka 

Chism, Janet Starkville 

Chittom, Lee Tupelo 

Chunn, Kevin Pontotoc 

Cicchetti, Shawn New Baltimote, MI 



Clark, Heath Lake 

Clark, Mendy Statkville 

Clayton, Beth Clinton 

Clayton, Kathryn Clinton 

Claxton, Bradley Starkville 



Clemente, Joseph Mahwah, NJ 

Cloud, mark Brookhaven 

Cloud, Shannon Tupelo 

Cobb, Randall Escatawpa 

Coggin, Tommy Columbus 



Coleman, Leigh Meridian 
Coleman, Pam Columbus 
. Collins, Kenneth Hartselle, AL 
Combs, Bess Jackson 
Conley, Debbie Starkville 



Cook, Sheila Starkville 

Cooley, Tara Natchez 

Coomer, Scott Pontotoc 

Cooper, Tarn Decatur 

Corban, Tiffni Amory 





Cospelich, Wayne Gulfport 

Costict, Timothy Moss Point 

Covington, Mark Louisville 

Cox, Tonya Pearl 

Cox, Waiter Aiken 

Craft, Stephanie Ocean Springs 



Crane, Stacy Brookhaven 
Crawford, Larry Biloxi 
Crawford, Mbanta Brandon 
Creason, Jerry Jackson 
Creason, Melissa Jackson 
Crocker, Clay Pascagoula 



Crow, Karen Corinth 
Cuicchi, Christine Starkville 
Culpepper, Eris Meridian 
Cummins, Beth Brookhaven 
Dailey, Stephanie Fayette, AL 
D'Aluisio, Joseph Gulfport 



Darby, Mindy Natchez 
Davidson, Libbie Cedar Bluff 
Davis, Brian Vancleave 
Davis, Michelle Amory 
Debardelaben, Marcy Miami, FL 
DeLellis, Robert Gulfport 



Delinski, Peter Long Beach 
Delk, Frederick Meridian 
Dennis, Eric Vicksburg 
Dennis, Kathryn MS State 
DeWeese, Tony Starkville 
Doll, Melissa Somerville, TN 



Dollar, Rebecca Batesville 
Dong, Kimberly Starkville 
Douglas, Charles Holly Springs 
Dowdy, Kelley Olive Branch 
Draffen, John Mark Memphis, TN 
Dubose, Enrique Bolton 



249 



Duck, Marlon Columbus 

Duckworth, Morie Starkville 

Dumas, Mark Germantown, TN 

Duncan, Anne Starkville 

Duncan, Susan Starkville 



Durham, Kenna. Starkville 

Duty, Jennifer Memphis, TN 

Dykes, Brian Vicksburg 

Dyson, Jennifer Houston 

Earnhart, Shelley Denham Springs, 

LA 



Easley, Joan Statkville 

Echiburn, Titin Morton 

Ecke, April Green Bay, WI 

Edens, Mylissa Shalimar, FL 

Edwards, Amy West Point 



Edwards, Brian Eupora 

Edwards, Felecia Calhoun City 

Eichelberger, Rhonda Forest 

Elkins, Julie Hickory 

EUiers, Christopher Lumbertow 



Ellis, Sharon Starkville 
Ellis, Wendy Starkville 
Emfinger, Jeffrey Meadville 
Ethridge, Kim Hattiesburg 
Eubanks, Jennifer Philadelphia 



Evans, Edward Meridian 

Evans, Jimmie Danville, IL 

Evans, Karen Ruth Steens 

Evans, Melodi Melbourne, FL 

Evans, Valerie Starkville 








Ferguson, Christy Shuqualak 
Ferguson, Tedra Biloxi 
Fisher, Terry Tampa, FL 



J Flautt, Kristin Sumner 
Fondren, Stephanie Madison 
Ford, Leslie Rolling Fork 



Ford, Mary Louise Jackson 
Foster, John Plantersville 
Foster, Robert Franklinville, NJ 
Foster, Tracey Florence 
Fox, Peter Jackson 
Franke, Dana Gulfport 



Franks, Stacey Tupelo 
Freeswick, Shannon Mandeville, LA 
Freshwater, Renee McComb 
Frost, Angie Natchez 
Fulcher, Robert Jackson 
Fulford, Stephanie Calhoun City 



Fulgham, Robert Starkville 
Fulton, Brian Moss Point 
Gandy, Christa Plantersville 
Garcia, Cecilia Lima, Peru 
Garner, Gina Brandon 
Gatlin, Chris Palm Beach, FL 



Gerow, Josh Starkville 

Gerrish, James Vaiden 

Gibbs, David Brownsville, TN 

Gibbs, Joe Greenville 

GiUiland, Jill West Point 

Goetz, Elizabeth Germantown, TN 



251 



Golds-worthy, Shannon Germantwon, 

TN 

Gollott, Denise Biloxi 

Gordon, Brian Iuka 

Gordon, Jim Sledge 

Gordon, Kimberly Vardaman 



Gordon, Kyle New Orleans, LA 

Gosa, Kendall Hamilton 

Gossage, Michelle Tampa, FL 

Gossett, Stacy Blue Mtn. 

Graham, Wes Starkville 



Grantham, James Florence 

Grassel, Saskia Hazlehurst 

Grau, Jennifer Vicksburg 

Graves, Rachelle Starkville 

Gray, Benjie Fulton 



Green, Kerry Starkville 

Green, Stephen Florence 

Greenaway, Erica Germantown, TN 

Greer, Craig Caledonia 

Gregory, Tammy Louisville 



Gressett, Andria Starkville 

Griffin, Comesha Cleveland 

Griffin, Tonita Bentonia 

Griffith, Mark Amory 

Gunn, Deleslyn Winona 



Hailey, Tom Scooba 

Hall, Michael Pontotoc 

Hall, John Starkville 

Hall, Stephanie Terry 

Hallmar, Terry Nettleton 





Hames, Jason Greenwood 

Hamilton, Sheldon N. Yarmouth, ME 

Hammock, Ronda Corinth 

Hansford, Christi Gautier 

Hannon, Tamra Starkville 

Harper, Robert Vicksbutg 



Harris, Patsy Decatur 
Harris, Shulanda Columbus 
Harris, Susan Horn Lake 
Hart, Allison Toomsuba 
Hart, David Jackson 
Hart, David Starkville 



Han, Stephanie Meridian 
Hatchett, Meg Clarksdalc 
Hathcock, Stephen Smithville 
Harun, Zuraini Starkville 
Hawks, Jennifer Hernando 
Hawkins, Brian Memphis, TN 



Hawkins, Thomas Starkville 
Hawthorne, Jeffery Philadelphia 
Haynes, Beth New Albany 
Haynes, Chuck Brandon 
Hazelton, Madrina Starkville 
Head, Marcus Ackerman 



Heard, Craig Grenada 
Hearn, Kevin Philadelphia 
Hearst, Laurie MS State 
Heavener, Lisa Tupelo 
Hedgpeth, Kevin Starkville 
Hee, Chee-Kiong Starkville 



Henderson, Amy Marrell, AR 
Henderson, Delarie Columbus 
Henderson, Lea Jackson 
Henderson, Matt Marvell, AR 
Henderson, Thomas Germantown, TN 
Henley, Lisa Mandeville, LA 



253 



Henry, Leigh Vancleave 

Herbert, Dave Tishomingo 

Herrington, Amy Jackson 

Herrington, Les Brandon 

Hess, Melissa Carriere 



Hewlette, Karen Corinth 

Hill, Dorothy Ashland 

Hill, Leigh Brandon 

Hill, Stephanie Louisville 

Hilliard, Tessa Madison 



Hinton, Hanson Marks 

Hodge, Carolyn Clinton 

Hodum, Charles Corinth 

Hoff, Jennifer Dyersburg, TN 

Hogue, Blair Naperville, IL 



Holder, Gary Booneville 

Holland, Heather Southaven 

Hollis, Steve Vernon 

Holmberg, Shar Pascagoula 

Holmes, Michael Long Beach 



Homan, Joseph Starkville 

Hood, Gena Gunnison 

Hood, Lou Ann Gunnison 

Hood, Martha Shannon 

Houp, Mandy Jackson 



Hopkins, Henretta Winona 

Hopkins, Loretta Winona 

Horton, Elizabeth Niceville 

Horton, Lacy Indianola 

Howard, Thomas Columbus 




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Hoye, James Decatur 
Hudson, Roman Starkville 
Hughes, Darren Booneville 



V. Humbarger, Kim Indianola 
Hurt, Mills Crawford 
Huskey, Jerry Jackson 



Hutchins, Chris Natchez 
Hutchins, Timothy Carthage 
Hux, Bryan Bogue Chitto 
Hyams, Daniel Ruston, LA 
Ikerd, Mary Carolyn Jackson 
Ivy, Rob New Albany 



Jackson, Brian Tupelo 
Jackson, Katina Kilmichael 
Jackson, Michelle Anguilla 
James, Mark Walnut 
James, Rebecca Charleston 
Jefcoat, Christy Louisville 



Jefferis, Lance Starkville 
Jemison, Cedric Flint, MI 
Jenkins, Ali Clinton 
Jenkins, Bobby Carthage 
Johnson, Bethany Jackson 
Johnson, Darren Laurel 



Johnson, Jamison Starkville 
Johnson, Jennifer Louisville 
Johnson, Jon Starkville 
Johnson, Margaret Maben 
Johnson, Milena Blue Mm. 
Johnston, Bill Vicksburg 



255 



Jones, Destrie Starkville 

Jones, Jesslyn Tampa, FL 

Jones, Michelle Germantown, TN 

Jones, Pamela Vicksburg 

Jordan, Dan Starkville 



Jordan, Trinectee Columbus 

Judon, Theresa Philadelphia 

Jue, Patrick Hollandale 

Kahler, Norman La Cruces, NM 

Kaplan, Clare Cleveland 




Kavanagh, Joel Ocean Springs 

Keith, Mary Durant I 

Kelly, Lynda Edinburg I 

Kelly, Robert Starkville I 

Kendrick, Gregory Union P 



Kennedy, Amy Corinth 

Khoo, Bernard Starkville 

Kilgore, Crystal Berry, AL 

Kimbrell, Scott Natchez 

Kinard, Melissa Brooksville 



King, Travis Tupelo 
Kinnan, Rachel Hattiesburg 
insel, Christy Birmingham, AL 
Knotts, Kim Bay Springs 
Koh, Siong Lee Johor, Malaysia 



Konscak, Michelle Biloxi 

Kopyto, Sonia Starkville 

Kuy Kendall, Kimberly Corinth 

Kyle, Dan Jackson 

Kyle, William Germantown, TN 






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Lackey, Terry Greenville 
Ladner, Lela Carthage 
LaFontaine, Vicki Bay St. Louis 
LaGuan, LaShan Jackson 
Laird, Brian Ridgeland 
Laird, Janet StarkviUe 



Lamb, Christi Corinth 
Laney, Scott Nettleton 
Lang, Angela Starkville 
Langford, Shay Belden 
Lawtton, Rob Laurel 
Lawrence, Anthony Jackson 



Lawson, Kimberly Florence 
Layman, David Gulfport 
Leach, Brent Springfield, IL 
Lee, Aimee Bentonia 
Lee, Chelle Starkville 
Lee, Julie Vicksburg 



Lee, Keith Silver Creek 
Lee, Stephanie Starkville 
Lee, Tammie Jackson 
Lee, Timothy Star 
Lee, Yoke-Chai Starkville 
Leggett, Tomma Brookhaven 



Leidolf, Andreas MS State 
Leonard, Charles Gulfport 
Lew, Anna Greenville 
Lewis, Gidget Jackson 
Lewis, Kenneth Hazlehurst 
Lim, Chin MS State 






Lischkoff, Nancy Birmingham, AL 
Little, Greg Grenada 
Little, Jeania Hickory 
Lochridge, Laurie MS State 
Long, April Florence 
Long, Shannon Shannon 



257 



Lopez, Michael Gulfport 

Lovelace, Jeffery Burnsville 

Lowery, Yvonne Flint, MI 

Lucius, Stephanie Derma 

Luna, Martin Starkville 



Luna, Penny Starkville 

Lundeen, Chad Tequesta, FL 

Luper, Heath Raleigh 

Luster, Brenda Tishomingo 

Lutz, Alcyone New Orleans, LA 



Macon, Kevin Brandon 

Madison, Stacy Philadelphia 

Mai, Thao Ridgeland 

Maki, Art Durant 

Mallard, James Prairie 



Mallery, Beth Abetdeen 

Malone, Mitchell Pontotoc 

Mangum, Melynn Memphis, TN 

Marble, Clayton Terry 

Martin, George Moss Point 



Massengill, Katrina Starkville 

Mathes, Dennis Utica 

Mattison, Missy Starkville 

Mays, Lana Greenwood Springs 

McAlister, Brad Blue Mtn. 



McClute, Natalie Louisville 

McComb, Dwight Aberdeen 

McCombs, Bethany Ridgeland 

McConn, Christopher Naples, FL 

McCool, Michael Kosciusko 





McCormack, Charlotte Fulton 
McCormick, Heather Starkville 
McCoy, Scott Jackson 



McCulla, Gary Metairie, LA 
McDade, Ashley Ridgeland 
McDaniel, Leigh Ann Weir 



McDonald, Mila Bloomington, MN 
McGilbra, Laura Philadelphia 
Mclnryte, Kenneth Prairieville, LA 
McKenzie, Brian Avon 
McKenzie, Robert St. Paul, MN 
McLauchlin, Susan Preston 



McLendon, Michael Long Beach 
McQuary, Kevan Starkville 
McRee, Elizabeth Jackson 
Meek, Cameron Senatobia 
Mercer, Phil Meridian 
Meyers, Lori Metairie, LA 



Miles, Kara Pulaski 
Miles, Michael Sebastopol 
Miles, Rachel Sebastopol 
Miller, Katina Columbus 
Miller, KoKo Columbus 
Miller, Libby Baldwyn 



Miller, Martin Rock Spring, GA 
Miller, Michael New Albany 
Milligan, Michael Clinton 
Mills, Paula Courtland 
Mills, Susan Tupelo 
Mills, Wanda Starkville 






259 



Minor, Anna HuntsvilJe, AL 

Mitchell, Brice Ocean Springs 

Mitchell, Cassandra Senatobia 

Mitchell, Melynda Marks 

Mire, Tanya Brandon 



Mixon, Lanay Hot Springs, AR 

Mock, Lisa Greenwood 

Moore, Angel Meridian 

Morgan, David Starkville 

Morgan, Jody O'Lo 



Morgan, Mark Jackson 

Morgan, Matthew Okolona 

Morris, John Starkville 

Morse, Jim Germantown, TN 

Moseley, Dawn Jackson 



Moseley, Marcus Waynesboro 

Moss, Walter Natchez 

Murrell, Terriceda Forest 

Myles, Rhodesia Vicksburg 

Naron, Bob Cleveland 



Nations, Lori Brookhaven 

Neal, Bart Mantee 

Nelson, Lota Overton, TX 

Nettles, Stacy Brookhaven 

Newcomb, Loni Purvis 



Newlon, Tammy McComb 

Newman, Pam Ridgeland 

Nix, Jason Booneville 

Noland, Maria Carrollton, AL 

Nolen, Kellye Starkville 





Nordan, Walker Greenville 
Norris, Niles Batesville 
Nowell, Melissa Walnut 
Oaks, Antony Tishomingo 
Ochello, Dino Albuquerque, NM 
Odom, Rhonda Starkville 



Oliver, Mike Harvest, AL 
O'Neal, Will Jackson, TO 
Otto, Theresa Ocean Springs 
Owens, Elizabeth Germantown, TN 
Palmer, Denys Tupelo 
Palmer, Lyn Pascagoula 



Palmer, Stephen Clinton 
Palmertree, Melanie Kilmichael 
Parker, Eric Louisville 
Parrish, Tracey Greenwood 
Paschall, Marian Southaven 
Paschall, Martha Southaven 



Pate, Michelle Tupelo 
Patel, Ajay Waynesboro 
Patel, Sharmishtha Clinton 
Payne, Molly Hamilton, AL 
Peavey, Joe Meridian 
Peay, Charles Ackerman 



Penton, Colbey Picayune 
Perkins, Lance Jackson 
Perkins, Paul Columbus 
Perteet, Jacqueline Sallis 
Perteet, Kenny Sallis 
Petersen, Karen Memphis, TN 



Pittman, James Starkville 
Plitt, Adam Gulfport 
Pou, Susie New Albany 
Pope, Jennifer Benton 
Pope, Todd Waynesboro 
Popham, Daniel Huntsville, AL 



261 



Pottlman, Amy Jackson 

Pounders, Dustin New Albany 

Povall, Emily Jackson 

Power, Olivia Louisville 

Pownall, Lauren Vicksburg 



Prather, Kelly Verona 

Price, Mark Highland, IN 

Priest, Jenifer Blue Springs 

Pruitt, Andre Columbus 

Purdy, Michelle Millington, TN 



Purvis, Robert Starkville 

Quails, Tera Ruleville 

Railing, Scott Norwood, NC 

Raines, Larry Bartlett, TN 

Randle, Louise West Point 



Ray, Heather Tupelo 

Record, Timothy Gulfport 

Redding, Rebecca Oxford 

Reed, Rebecca Long Beach 

Reed, Roderick Edwards 



Reese, Barrett Coppell, TX 
Reid, Brandon Corinth 
Respess, Courtney Lambert 
Rester, Derek Baton Rouge, LA 
Rhines, Amy Jackson 



Rhodes, Tiffiny Eupora 

Rice, Kimbley Columbus 

Rice, Sharon Tupelo 

Richards, Lance Biloxi 

Richardson, Bo Tupelo 





Riddell, Jonathan Corinth 
Rigby, David Kosciusko 
Riggan, Kathrync Indianola 



Riggins, Tisha Lithia Springs, GA 
Riles, Kim Vicksburg 
Riles, Zena Vicksburg 



Riley, Darryl Hollyridge 
Riley, Dominick Moss Point 
Rimmer, Elizabeth Dublin, GA 
Rinehart, Russ Rienzi 
Ritter, Catherine Kosciusko 
Rivera, Robert Pascagoula 



Robbins, Jason Pelahatchie 
Roberson, Bryan Huntsville, AL 
Roberts, Deanna Tupelo 
Roberts, Logan Halls, TN 
Roberts, Russell Starkville 
Robinson, Johnathan Hattiesburg 



Robinson, Lisa Florence 
Robinson, Myra Loretto, TN 
Robinson, Tijuana Columbus 
Rodgers, Norma Leigh Tunica 
Rodman, Shannon Southaven 
Rogers, Katrice Kilmichael 



Rogers, Lafiesta Starkville 
Rogers, Melanie Collins 
Rogers, Stacey Tupelo 
Rowe, William Olive Branch 
Bowland, Barry Booneville 
Rudge, Kevin Decatur, AL 



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Rudolph, Becky Brownsville, TN 

Rueter, Eric Mandeville, LA 

Rupert, Harvey Macon 

Rush, John Leakesville 

Rushing, Heather Bailey 



Russell, Keith Gaffney, SC 

Russell, Kimberly Southaven 

Saia, Vince Winona 

Sam, Valerie Meridian 

Sampson, Amy Jackson 



Samsil, Dana Birmingham, AL 

Sanders, Chris Vicksburg 

Sanders, Christy Ackerman 

Sanders, Kitty Tunica 

Sartor, Scott Clinton 



Sayeda, Sobia Starkville 

Schukei, Brandon Nettleton I 

Scott, Paul Lucedale 

Scruggs, Susan Tupelo 

Sculthorpe, Eric Gautier 



Seal, David Florence 

Seals, Joe Shannon 

Sethi, Toshi Jackson 

Seymour, Marvin Ocean Springs 

Shaw, Jeff Statkville 



Shaw, Lisa Maben 

Shaw, Pam Brandon 

Shearer, Ralph Somerset, KY 

Sheffield, Shana Tupelo 

Sherman, Howard Starkville 








Shirley, Audra Columbus 
Shriner, Stephanie Starkville 
Shoemake, Seth Columbus 
Shoemaker, Debra Pelahatchie 
Shows, James Ackerman 
Sigler, Philip Millington, TN 



Singletary,Eric Pearl River, LA 
Smith, Aaron Southaven 
Smith, Adam Conneaut, OH 
Smith, Amy McComb 
Smith, Bill Saltillo 
Smith, Clay Saltillo 



Smith, Dustin Perkinston 

Smith, Gary Biloxi 

Smirh, Jennifer Oxford 

Smith, Jon McComb 

Smith, Kristin Summit 

Smith, Lisa Harker Heights, TX 



Smith, Marisa Brandon 
Smith, Nancy Columbus 
Smith, Patricia West Point 
Smith, Nicole Collinsville 
Smith-Vaniz, Dees Canton 
Sneed, Melinda Columbus 



Sours, Caroline Ocean Springs 
Speakman, Rosemary Gcrmantown, TN 
Speck, Catherine Dyersburg, TN 
Stamps, Amanda Long Beach 
Stanford, John Corinth 
Stanley, Mark Atlanta, GA 



Starr, Christa Pensacola, FL 
Steadham, Judith Nesbit 
Steele, Sonya DeKalb 
Stegall, Curtis Morton 
Steward, Barry Tupelo 
Stewart, Bernice McComb 



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Stewart, Chad Pelahatchie 

Stewart, Dena Long Beach 

Stockman, Paige Clinton 

Stognet, Tommy Tylertown 

Street, Man Elliot Memphis, TN 



Street, Simeon Madison 

Stringer, Archie Starkville 

Stucky, Stephanie Slidell, LA 

Sturgis, Christopher Clinton 

Suthar, Dipti Greenville 



Swann, Minae Starkville 

Swearengen, Cantrece Oakland 

Tann, Mapp Tupelo 

Tanner, Heath Lucedale 

Tanner, Kimberly Tutwiler 



Tate, Kevin Shannon 
Taylor, Felicia Soso 

Taylor, Gerald Laurel 
Taylor, Randall Starkville 
Taylor, Roderick Jackson 



Taylor, Steven Vicksburg 
Tedder, Dina Vardaman 

Thomas, Janna Jackson 
Thomas, Jason Petal 

Thomas, Sonja Jackson 



Thompson, Garry Bay St. Louis 

Thompson, Kristin Brandon 

Thompson, Lacey Greenville 

Thornton, Dexter Carthage 

Tiffin, Jason Starkville 





Tigrett, Susan Brandon 
Tindoll, Brian Tupelo 
Toland, Laura Gulfport 
Toncrey, Tony Moss Point 
Toney, Kxisti Brandon 
Tonkel, Tracy Planterville 



I Traylor, Karen Plantersville 
I Trevathan, Elizabeth Starkville 
Trotter, Jennifer Lyon 
Tucker, Mary Durant 
Tullis, Sruart Ashland, KY 
Turner, Vinche Ruleville 



Tynes, Margaret Brookhaven 
Uhl, Matthew Aliquippa, PA 
Underwood, John Starkville 
Vance, Brooke Batesville 
Vanderford, Narhan Corinth 
Van Iderstine, Eric Harriesburg 



Vann, Stephanie Smithville 
Vanpect, David Long Beach 
Wade, Jason Leaf 
Wade, John Gulfport 
Walden, Brad Booneville 
Walker, John Long Beach 



Walker, Kurt Hernando 
Walker, Lawrence Winona 
Wallace, Allison Tupelo 
Wallace, David Jackson 
Wallace, Jimmy Forest 
Waller, Angela Mathiston 



Walter, Mac Starkville 
Walton, Elizabeth Vicksburg 
Wansley, Will Rolling Fork 
Ward, Barry Philadelphia 
Ward, Jason Duluth, MN 
Ward, Kellee Clinton 



267 



Wargo, Mark Watson, AR 

Wascom, Chad Bogalusa, LA 

Washington, Laurie Woodland 

Watkins, Susan York, AL 

Watson, Melanie Durant 



Webster, Gregory Starkville 

Webster, Leigh Vicksburg 

Weddig, David Brandon 

Welch, Christie Clinton 

Wells, Chris Ridgeland 



West, Gregory Edwardsville, FL 

West, Shelly Laurel 

Westberry, Deneshia Morton 

Westmoreland, Jill Plantersville 

Westmoreland, Shawn Sherman 



Whatley, Angel Vicksburg 

White, Heather Collierville, TN 

White, John Decatur, AL 

Whitehead, Brian Starkville 

Whitt, Susan Mathiston 



Whyte, Julie Clinton 
Wijewardane, Chamath Sri Lanka 
filbanks, Belinda Pass Christian 
Wilkerson, Sharon Clinton 
Willcutt, Jennifer Columbus 



Williams, Cathy Starkville 
Williams, Jason Brandon 
Williams, Scotty MS State 
Williams, Sheila Aberdeen 
Williams, Tonya Starkville 





Wilson, Carlos Charleston 
Wilson, Witt Helena, AR 
Wilson, Latasha Jackson 
Wilson, Wanda West Point 
Wilson, Sarah Frances Macon 
Winchester, Rod Starkville 



Wingo, Brad Charlotte, NC 
Winters, Robert Jackson 
Witt, Andy Tupelo 
Woo, Stephen Lexington 
Woods, Trade Gautier 
Woodruff, Latresha Pace 



Wolfe, Jennifer Birmingham, AL 
Womack, Tony Rosalie, AL 
Wong, Sally Rosedale 
Worthen, Robert Pine Bluff, AR 
Wozencraft, Shawn Lucedale 
Wraggs, Maggie Ackerman 



Wright, James Natchez 
Wright, Kim Fayette, AL 
Wright, Mildred Columbus 
Wright, Stephen Cullman, AL 
Wynne, Allison Pickens 
Yarbrough, Lanita Starkville 



Yelverton, Christie Clinton 
Yong, Chen-Vui MS State 
Young, Allison Houston 
Young, Brian Crystal Springs 
Young, Brian Jonesboro, AR 
Zaffrann, William Menomonee Falls, 



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Abney, Keith Starkville 

Adams, Lori White House, TN 

Adcock, Mark Jackson 

Adrian, Kathy Lake Charles, LA 

Ahrens, Jennifer Long Beach 



Alderman, Angela Carthage 

Aldridge, Joseph New Albany 

Aldy, Vycky Sallis 

Alexander, Al Wiggins 

Allen, Alphelus Vicksburg 



Allen, Jay Jackson 

Allen, Kara Nesbit 

Allen, Kellie Waynesboro 

Allen, Kenna Verona 

Allen, Leslie New Albany 



Allen, Ricky Dekalb 

Alligood, Stephanie Slidell, LA 

Allison, Sam Columbus 

Allshouse, Bill Jackson 

Anderson, Ben Pontotoc 



Anderson, Kim Cleveland 

Anderson, So Yong MS State 

Anding, Richard Jackson 

Anglin, Sue Moss Point 

Anthony, Lea Anne Sebastopol 



Anthony, Robyn StarkviUe 

Archer, Lisa Germantown, TN 

Armstrong, Keith Ellisville 

Ashley, Dawn Brandon 

Atkins, Jennifer Hattiesburg 




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Aultman, Lisa Hattiesburg 
Avery, James Columbus 
Axton, Kevin Brandon 
Azam, Mohammod MS Stare 
Bagwell, Nancy Louisville 
Bailey, Shannon Ridgeland 



Bain, Tracey Kosciusko 
Barker, Granville Srarkville 
Barkley, Richard New Albany 
Ballard, Bart Starkville 
Ballard, Rhonda Eupora 
Barnes, Apryl Jackson 



Barnes, Jim Wiggins 
Barnes, Kelly Corinth 
Barnes, Scott Huntsville, AL 
Barr, Tara Phoenix City, AL 
Batson, Beth Madison 
Beaird, Scott Sikeston, MO 



Beaver, Kerry Memphis, TN 
Bell, Dorothy West Point 
Bell, Geoffrey Clinton 
Bell, Latavious Sturgis 
Bell, Melinda Starkville 
Bell-Pernell, Kathryn West Point 



Benoist, Cheryl Starkville 
Bergiel, Bridget Starkville 
Bernhart, Laura Clinton 
Berry, Dale Magee 
Berthelson, Shay Starkville 
Betbeze, Philip Hixson, TN 



Beyer, Derek Baytown, TX 
Bieloh, Johnny Starkville 
Bishop, David Gulfport 
Black, Bailey Starkville 
Black, Paige Starkville 
Bland, Anthony Sledge 



271 



Blount, Russ Columbus, GA 

Boarwright, Donna Starkville 

Bolan, Brett N. Little Rock, AR 

Boland, LuAnne Starkville 

Boldin, Rhonda Meridian 



Boles, Russell Starkville 

Bolin, Carl Bay St. Louis 

Bond, Jeremy Perkinston 

Booker, Rena Meridian 

Booth, Scott Pass Christian 



Boothroyd, Bobby Caledonia 

Borst, Benny Cedar Bluff 

Borzik, Louis Long Beach 

Bosarge, Chris Moss Point 

Bost, Amanda Tupelo 



Boyd, Brad Amory 

Boyd, Gregory Lake Village, AR 

Boyd, Scott Carthage 

Boykin, Diane Mathiston 

Boykin, Louie Mathiston 



Box, David Starkville 
Brabham, Kim McComb 

Bradford, Camille Greenville 
Bradley, Aimee Starkville 

Bradley, Kimberly MS State 



Brady, Steve Liberty 

Brandon, Jerri Belden 

Brandon, William Starkville 

Brantley, Bethany Carthage 

Brantley, Jeri Philadelphia 





Brase, Bill Jacksonville, FL 

Brasell, David Maben 

Brasfield, Rebecca Stevensville, MD 



Brasfield, Rob Tupelo 
Breland, Carol Starkville 
Bridges, Kimberly Starkville 



Brister, Steve Yazoo City 
Brooks, Kristen Hernando 
Brooks, Thomas Starkville 
Broome, Elaine Carson 
Broome, Sharon Clinton 
Broussard, Shannon Starkville 



Brown, Jena Meridian 
Brown, Janet Goodman 
Brown, Jerry Columbus 
Brown, Sterling Okolona 
Brown, Tonya Booneville 
Brownlee, Beth Memphis, TN 



Brumfield, Christy Madison 
Bryan, Cris Holly Springs 
Bryant, Kevin Terry 
Bryant, Lance Anniston, AL 
Bullard, Darrell Iuka 
Burchfield, Robin French Camp 



Burns, Melissa Starkville 
Burger, Rebecca Gulfport 
Burkes, Anthony Starkville 
Burkett, Tonya Starkville 
Burt, Kerry Madison 
Burt, Lori Louisville 






273 



Burton, John Gulfport 

Burton, Shane Ackerman 

Buskirk, Kimberly Okolona 

Butler, Lori Starkville 

Butler, Yancey Holly Springs 



Caine, Evan Columbus 

Calais, Aimee Vicksburg 

Callaway, Cooper Columbus 

Campbell, Kimberly Bruce 

Campbell, Stephanie Clinton 



Cantrell, Stephen Amory 

Caraway, Mary Meridian 

Carr, Timothy Columbus 

Carrubba, Bryan Starkville 

Carruth, Tammy Coldwater 



Cartet, Margertree Ridgeland 

Cassreino, Carey Brandon 

Castelli, Stephanie Starkville 

Castle, Tim Canton 

Catham, Terry Reform, AL 



Canfield, David Milton, WI 

Chai, Yoon-Loi Starkville 

Chamberlin, Missy Amory 

Chambers, Letitia Chicago, IL 

Chase, Tim Baldwyn 



Chew, Keng-Wee Melaka, Malaysia 
Childs, Heath Ripley 
Childers, Shane Hernando 
Chittom, Gelena Brandon 
Christopher, Tom Maben 





Church, David Booneville 
Chong, Yew-Keong Starkville 
Chow, Khee Thiam Starkville 
Chow, Raymond Clarksdale 
Clark, Angela Gulfport 
Clark, Justin Olive Branch 



Clark, Karen Berry, AL 
Clark, Lori Holly Springs 
Clark, Mechell McAdams 
Clark, Toni Hattiesburg 
Clayton, Jane Meridian 
Clayton, Melanie New Albany 



Clayton, Steve McComb 
Cleveland, Wigger-Poe Ocean Springs 
Clifford, Cindy Shalimar, FL 
Collie, Barbara West Point 
Collier, Kimberly Memphis, TN 
Collins, Benjy Tupelo 



Cochran, Ginny Sallis 
Cochran, William Columbus 
Coggin, Kris Fulton 
Collins, Wendy Gulfport 
Cole, Dana Natchez 
Cole, Mark San Antonio, TX 



Coleman, Shawn Corinth 
Coleman, Susan New Albany 
Coleman, Tabitha Crawford 
Combs, Eric McCordsville, IN 
Connelly, John Mobile, AL 
Conway, Martin Greenville 



Cook, Andy Vicksburg 
Cook, Craig Tupelo 
Cook, Jeff Starkville 
Cooper, Marianne Tupelo 
Corbit, Allison Calhoun City 
Cosper, Chris Ocean Springs 



275 



Cox, Jennifer Florence 

Cox, Meredith Starkville 

Cox, Penny Long Beach 

Craig, Jeri DeKalb 

Crane, Michel Pontotoc 



Crawley, Michael Brandon 

Crecink, Marcia Roxie 

Creel, Jodee Booneville 

Crenshaw, Ben Memphis, TN 

Criddle, Julie Houston 



Crigler, Jenny Columbus 
Crocker, Christine Starkville 
Cronier, Jennifer Escatawpa 

Crotwell, Dana Vicksburg 
Crowder, Thomas Weir 



Crowe, Shane Starkville 

Crowley, Susan Southaven 

Crullivan, Logan Birmingham, AL 

Crum, Kristi Brookhaven 

Cummings, Marsha Mantachie 



Cummins, Gene Pulaski 
Cupit, Dana Jackson 
Curran, Matthew Sturgis 
Curtis, James Learned 
Curtis, Kimberly Calhoun City 



Dakin, Greg Midland, GA 

Dalton, Jacquelyn Belzoni 

Dalrymple, Sherrodd Baldwyn 

Daly, Antonoius Meridian 

Daniel, Bryan Henderson, KY 








Darden, Julie StarkviUe 
Davis, Anne Brandon 
Davis, Audrey Eupora 



Davis, Chris Leland 
Davis, Cody Winona 
Davis, Ethel Steens 



Davis, John Hendersonville, TN 

Davis, Karen Pelahatchie 

Davis, Louis Clinton 

Davis, Michael Jackson 

Day, Shane Houlks 

Day, Tonya Somerville, TN 



Dean, Kimberly Lexington 
Decker, Neil Starkville 
Denton, Dee Minter City 
DeWolf, Wendy Highlands, NC 
Dick, Kendall McComb 
Dickson, Billy Macon 



Dill, Brian Columbus 
DiPascal, Dominick Gretna, LA 
Dixon, George Vicksburg 
Dorizas, John Jackson 
Dorizas, Niki Oxford 
Doss, Kelvin Starkville 



Douglas, Shannon Metairie, LA 
Dowsing, Robert Jackson 
Drummond, Melissa DeKalb 
DuBard, Michele Louisville 
Duck, Reberta Macon 
Dudley, Christie Laurel 



277 






Duke, Rodney Collinsville 

Dunning, Catherine Jackson 

Durham, Kim Carriere 

Dye, Brad Blue Springs 

Ealy-Bolton, Tarshi Starkville 



Eargie, Michele Vicksburg 

Easley, Shelton Grenada 

East, Allison Ruleville 

Eatman-Hearn, Crystel MS State 

Edmonson, Owen Madison 



Edwards, David Mobile, AL 

Edwards, Debbie Columbus 

Edwards, Sherrie Starkville 

Edwards, Stephanie Jackson 

Ehrgott, John Vicksburg 



Eiland, Steve Louisville 

Eliason, Shanon Slidell, LA 

Elliott, Karilynn Starkville 

England, Leslie Kosciusko 

Epps, Latanya Columbus 



Epps, Tyler Lexington, SC 
Ervin, Adrian Columbus 
Eubanks, Tina Philadelphia 
Eubanks, Trent Shreveport, LA 
Evans, Charles Starkville 



Evans, Devonna Meridian 

Evans, Edward Gulfport 

Evans, John Starkville 

Everett, Lavell Kosciusko 

Everett, Lauren Pascagoula 






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Everett, Nancie Amory 

Everett, Stuart Brandon 

Evetts, Shelly Corinth 

Ewing, Chris MS State 

Famenco, Sandra Santa Ana, El Salvadot 

Farr, Denton Piano, TX 



Fayard, Michael Clinton 
Felder, Jennifer Long Beach 
Felder, Richard McComb 
Felks, Shannon Michie, TN 
Fetnet, Deric Ashland, AL 
Fields, Bonita MS State 



Fillingame, Alice. Hattiesburg 
Fitzhugh, Kendra Lena 
Fletcher, Brad Vicksburg 
Fletcher, Ed Vicksburg 
Fly, Millie Nashville, TN 
Fogle, Lasca Smiley, TX 



Fondren, Cecelia Ackerman 
Forbus, Geoff Starkville 
Forsman, Allen Carriere 
Foster, Darrin Okolona 
Fracchia, James Southaven 
Fracchia, Jeff Southaven 



Francis, Tommy Fulton 
Frank, Tom Stuart, FL 
Freeze, Terry Germantown, TN 
Frost, Angela Kosciusko 
Fryery, Watson Louisville 
Fuller, Sue Louisville 



Fuller, Marian Meridian 
Gafford, Jeff New Albany 
Gainey, Jason Madison 
Gaither, Julia Macon 
Gallaher, Melissa Mandeville 
Galle, Melissa Biloxi 



279 



Galloway, John Starkville 

Galloway, J. T. Covington, LA 

Gambrel, Pam Blue Springs 

Gandy, Jennifer Huntsville 

Ganley, Jennifer Starkville 



Ganti, Avinash Philadelphia 

Garbarino, Shawn Marietta, GA 

Gardner, Pricilla Columbus 

Garner, Eric Jackson 

Garner, George Grenada 



Garner, Ron MS State 

Garner, Sarah Starkville 

Garner, Todd Starkville 

Garrard, Jennifer Columbus 

Gates, Shannon Braxton 



Gauntt, George Macon 

Gely, Geza Duesseldorf, Germany 

Gentry, Judd Starkville 

Gibbon, Kirk Baton Rouge, LA 

Gibbs, Carla West Point 



Giles, Tawayna Mandeville, LA 

Gilley, Jennifer Jackson 

Gilliland, Jerry Grenada 

Given, Anna Starkville 

Givens, David Huntsville, AL 



Given, Steve Starkville 

Gladney, Teresa Kosciusko 

Glass, Jennifer Mandeville, LA 

Gleason, Michael Starkville 

Glenn, Tracy Macon 








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Glover, Jim Lilburn, GA 
Godfrey, Lincoln Maben 
Goforth, Cathy Derma 



Goglia, A.J. Washington 
Gonzales, Mark Bay St. Louis 
Goodin, Kenneth Starkville 



Goralczyk, Aimee Calhoun City 
Gordon, Angela Tupelo 
Gordon, Scott Starkville 
Grady, Edward Starkville 
Grafton, Jeremy Pascagoula 
Graham, Charles Biloxj 





Grant, John Pascagoula 
Graves, Carol Ann Ashland 
Graves, Paul Germantown, TN 
Gray, Jason Jackson 
Gray, Jim Tupelo 
Green, Byron Pascagoula 



Green, Kevin Jackson, TN 
Green, Mechelle Jackson 
Green, Alex Philadelphia 
Greenwood, Brian Slidell, LA 
Greenwood, Pamela Sallis 
Grider, Wesley Conway, AR 



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Griffie, Sam Tupelo 
Grigson, Lance Gaurier 
Griffin, Donna Eupora 
Griffin, Kim Starkville 
Griffin, Terrence Jackson 
Groner, Michelle Pearl 



281 



Guest, Gina Brandon 

Guin, Kristy Birmingham, AL 

Guynes, David Huntsville, AL 

Hackman, Margie Brandon 

Hailey, B.J. Starkville 



Haire, Angela Starkville 

Haire, Paul Starkville 

Haley, Kristine Starkville 

Hall, Karen New Albany 

Hall, Michelle Starkville 



Hamner, John Columbus 

Hampton, LaWanda Starkville 

Hankins, Hollie Walls 

Harbin, Sharon Russellville, AL 

Harbin, Shawanda Holcomb 



Harcharik, Sandi Jackson 
Hardin, J ana Greenwood 
Hardimon, Pamela Grenada 
Harojono, Lisa Starkville 
Hargrove, Meg Starkville 



Harkley, Tracelia Moss Point 
Harmond, Jennifer Philadelphia 
Harper, Suzanne Toomsuba 
Harrick, Kristen Melbourne, FL 
Harris, Amy Vicksburg 



Harris, Angela Clarksdale 

Harris, Angela Lakim Columbus 

Harris, Robert Selmer, TN 

Harris, Vanessa Grenada 

Harrison, Angelia Carrollton 





Harrison, Susan Greenville 
Harrison, Jeff Mize 
Harrwig, Melanie Hattiesburg 
Harrzog, Glen Starkville 
Hawkins, Jennifer Memphis, TN 
Haste, Kimberly McCool 



Hawkins, Kristy Vicksburg 
Hawkins, Virginia Water Valley 
Hays, Ashley Jackson 
Hayes, Dephane Coffeeville 
Hearron, Christee Starkville 
Heering, Kevin Starkville 



Heering, Kim Starkville 
Helmeth, Craig Vicksburg 
Helton, Melanie Tampa, FL 
Hemsley, Mike Brandon 
Henderson, Carl Starkville 
Henderson, Kristi Starkville 



Henderson, Lynn MS State 
Henderson, Paul Homewood, AL 
Henderson, Scott Tupelo 
Herrin, Anthony Seminary 
Hensley, Missy Ocean Springs 
Hicks, James Durant 



Higgason, Becky Louisville 
Higgins, Michael Tupelo 
Hill, Jennifer Starkville 
Hill, Suzanne Tiplcrsville 
Hill, Traci I sola 
Hill, Tripp Gulf Breeze, FL 



Hill, Virginia Starkville 
Hines, Marie Starkville 
Hinman, Todd Madison 
Hinton, Chandra Laurel 
Hodge, Quinton Greenwood 
Hodges, Shelli Biloxi 



283 



Hogan, Ettaronda Starkville 

Hogan, Lenora Starkville 

Hogue, Sylvia Naperville, IL 

Holbrooks, Michael Jackson 

Holder, Bryan Jackson 



Holland, Daniel Starkville 

Holland, Edward Memphis, TN 

Holland, Kevin Pascagoula 

Hollar, Dawn Dayton, OH 

Holley, Mark Fulton 



Holloway, David Starkville 

Holt, Brian Senatobia 

Hood, Roger Grenada 

Hooker, Vernell Brookhaven 

Hoots, Michael Smithville 



Hoover, Britton Pickens 

Hoover, Jon Jon Pickens 

Hopkins, Kevin Meridian 

Horel, Phillip Meridian 

Horton, Cheryl Houlka 



Horton, Saundra Grenada 
Hotard, Alan Baton Rouge, LA 
Horton, James Starkville 
Houston, Tina Meridian 
Howard, Jeremy Baton Rouge, LA 



Howell, Chad Lucedale 

Howes, Jason Gulfport 

Howze, Kevin Meridian 

Hubbard, James Mathiston 

Hudson, Chris Vicksburg 




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Hudson, Cynthia Clinton 
Hudson, Janell Marion 
Hudspeth, Quentin Starkvilk 



Hughes, Deborah Starkvilk 
Hughes, Raymond Starkville 
Hughey, Rick Covingotn, TN 



Hughes, Sandy Starkville 
Hulett, Bobby Milton, FL 
Hunt, Corey Laurel 
Hunt, Keith Starkville 
Hunt, Sally Clarksdale 
Hurd, Janice Grenada 



Hurt, Kelly Ripley 
Huston, John Rogers, OH 
Ingram, Erin Jackson 
Istre, Eric Biloxi 
Jackson, Diane Vicksburg 
Jackson, Kim Prairie 



Jackson, Mike Clinton 
Jakway, Mary Long Beach 
Jameson, Tommy Houston, TX 
Jang, Tammy Yazoo City 
Jasper, Scott Jackson 
Jeanfreau, Mark Picayune 



Jeff, Galagher Clinton 
Jefferson, Eric Vicksburg 
Jeffery, Ellen Bruce 
Jenkins, Doug Tupelo 
Jenkins, John Pontotoc 
Jenkins, Rachel Oakland 



285 



Jennings, Susan Sewicldey, PA 
Johnigan, Lisa Meridian 
Johnson, Allison Tupelo 
Johnson, Amy Starkville 
Johnson, Elliott Rosedale 



Johnson, James Starkville 

Johnson, Jennifer Batesville 

Johnson, Mark Starkville 

Johnson, Rochelle Quitman 

Johnson, Scott Hohenwald, TN 



Johnson, Thorn Vicksburg 

Joiner, Jennifer Columbus 

Jones, Charles McAdams 

Jones, Evelyn Aberdeen 

Jones, Hamp Jackson 



Jones, Ken Mize 

Jones, Kimberly Greenville 

Jones, Lynn Forest 

Jones, Paul Jackson 

Jones, Scott Flora 



Jones, Teresa Starkville 

Jolley, Selena Starkville 

Jordan, Charles Vardaman 

Jordan, Jennifer Jackson 

Justice, Angie Clarksdale 



Kang, Seungku Seoul, Korea 

Kao, Lee-Hsueh Starkville 

Keeler, Allison Clinton 

Keeton, Lisa Tupelo 

Kelley, Melissa Walls 





Kelley, Tommy Starkville 
Kelly, Robin Taylorsville 
Kendrick, Richard Aberdeen 
Kennedy, Alicia Booneville 
Kennedy, Allan MS State 
Kennedy, Lucretia Lena 



Kerr, Jay Newton 
Kessler, Isabel MS State 
Key, Anthony Tupelo 
Khan, Babar Starkville 
Kiker, Memrie Cleveland 
Kilgore, Camille West Point 



Killebrew, Rhonda Greenwood 
Kincaid, Justine Holcomb 
King, John Philadelphia 
Kirby, Denson Jackson 
Kirkpatrick, William Madison 
Kisner, Leslie Oxford 



Kitchens, Kimberly Corinth 
Kitchens, Shane Urica 
Knight, Donna Laurel 
Knight, Melissa Starkville 
Knipper, Jennifer Carriere 
Knowlton, Jeffrey Bridgman 



Koenig, Thomas Middletown, OH 
Kok, Alvid Starkville 
Korkmazer, Benan MS State 
Kothaneth, Lakshmi Starkville 
Krausse, Kurt Kansas City, MO 
Kirkegaard, Jesse Tupelo 



Lacey, Tiffany Aberdeen 
Ladner, Renee Bay St. Louis 
Lai, Jean Suong MS State 
Lamb, Julia Jackson 
Lambert, Leslie Natchez 
Lambert, Susan Brookhaven 



287 



Lancaster, Jay Sikeston, MO 
Landfair, Zwanardo Starkville 

Lane, Andrea Vicksburg 
Lange, Christopher Clarksville 

Langford, Mary Jo Lena 



Langford, Thomas Derma 

Lantz, Lori Comstock Park, MI 

Lasker, Brian Haleyville, AL 

Latimer, Stephanie Coldwater 

LaValle, Erik Ocean Springs 



Lawrence, Paul Terry 

Laws, Jan Jackson 

Leatherman, Bryan Tupelo 

Lee, Brian Biloxi 

Lee, Hian Boon Starkville 



Lee, Susan Starkville 

Lee, Tim Louise 

LeGassick, Jan Oviedo, FL 

Leonard, Vicki Starkville 

Leopard, Bryan Starkville 




Lewers, Mitzi Como 

Lewis, Alton Cleveland 

Lewis, Bill Hickory, NC 

Lewis, Kevin Starkville 

Lewis, Laura Philadelphia 



Lewis, Mary-Lee Philadelphia 

Lim, Kian-Wee Kuala, Lumpur, 

Malaysia 

Lim, Soo-Tsong MS State 

Lippincott, Susan West Point 

Lipsey, Leo Aberdeen 










Lister, Tricia Gautier 
Little, Dave Metidian 
Livingston, Chip Powder Springs, GA 



Livingston, Lesley Derwood, MD 
Livingston, Molly Lautel, MD 
Livingston, Nicole Starkville 



Lockett, Mary Jackson 
Lofton, Tracy Vicksbutg 
Logue, Dawn Vicksburg 
Long, Andy Long Beach 
Longstreet, David Jackson 
Lopez, Candido Starkville 



Lord, Margaret Starkville 
Louque, Dustan Paulina, LA 
Love, Bobbie Louisville 
Love, David Raymond 
Lovelace, Beth Slidell, LA 
Lucus, Melanie Metidian 



Lusk, Scott Biloxi 
Luth, Scott Starkville 
Madden, Tara Ocean Springs 
Maddux, Regina Starkville 
Magee, Beverly Bogalusa, LA 
Mahan, Jamie Helena, AR 



Makamson, Tisha Jackson 
Malone, Allison Carthage 
Mandius, Per Starkville 
Mansell, John Pearl 
Manuel, Theresa Coldwater 
Marbury, Drake Brandon 



289 



Marion, Meka Duck Hill 

Marquez, Amy Clinton 

Martello, Melinda Natchez 

Martin, Ambro Ruleville 

Martin, Bert Starkville 



Martin, Laura Ocean Springs 

Martin, Michael Jackson 

Martino, Bernice Biloxi 

Marshall, Angela Starkville 

Mason, Kelly Houston 



Massey, Todd Jackson 
Matrick, Russ Jackson I 
Matthews, Eric Aberdeen g 
Mauldin, Jody Gulfport p 
Maxwell, Margaret Shuqualak 



May, Lorie McCool 

May, Mark Starkville 

Mayes, Freddy MS State 

McAuley, Leslie Red Banks 

McCabe, Tom Vicksburg 



McCarter, Robert Meridian 

McCarty, William Starkville 

McCary, Amy Starkville 

McComb, Donovan Srarkville 

McCormick, Sjohn Kosciusko 



McCoy, Paul Blytheville, AR 

McCoy, Sarah Macon 

McCrory, Christopher Kosciusko 

McDaniel, Mark Columbia 

McDaniel, Michael Kosciusko 





McDonald, Denise Vicksburg 
McDonald, Jason Greenwood 
McDonough, Teresa Nesbit 
McDuff, Tiffany Vicksburg 
McElveen, Cathy New Orleans, LA 
McGee, Voncile Starkville 



McGilberry, Michelle Starkville 
McGreger, Mark Booneville 
McGuire, Christy Gulfport 
McKell, Vivian Starkville 
McKinney, Joe Sardis 
McKinney, Wanda Sardis 



McKinley, Sarah Madison 
McLaughlin, Jimmy Kosciusko 
McLemore, Melvin Duck Hill 
McMullin, Chad Amory 
McNair, Scott Union 
McNair, Stacy Jackson 



McNally, Heather Starkville 
McNeal, Kenneth New Albany 
McPhail, Ricky Starkville 
McQuirter, Dan Kosciusko 
Meeks, Diane Waveland 
Merritt, Debbie Noxapater 



Merritt, Sharon Shuqualak 
Merry, James Vicksburg 
Metcalfe, Leslie Miami Lakes, FL 
Miles, Bryan Amory 
Miller, Alison Waveland 
Miller, Andrew Exeter, NH 



Miller, David Meridian 
Miller, Melinda Waveland 
Miller, Shawn Lucedale 
Miller, Andrea Moss Point 
Milliken, Linda Southaven 
Milner, Darren Kosciusko 



291 






Milner, Heidi Meridian 

Minton, Jeffrey Leland 

Mitchal, Yolanda Vicksburg 

Mitchell, Chad Brandon 

Mock, James Starkville 



Mola, Michael Norwalk, CT 

Monson, Para Long Beach 

Montgomery, Meg Canton 

Mooney, Sarah Petal 

Mooney, Shawnette Starkville 



Moore, Ardena MS State 

Moote, Audra Wiggins 

Moore, Bradley Jackson 

Moore, John Weir 

Moore, Laura Fulton 



Moore, Michael Starkville 

Mooring, Pamela Ellicott City, MD 

Morgan, Jennifer Booneville 

Morgan, Jerry D'Iberville 
Morgan, Thomas Smithville 



Morris, Barron Starkville 
Morris, John Jackson 
Morton, Lasongia Columbus 
Mosley, Candee Hattiesburg 
Mracich, Aime River Ridge, LA 



Mullins, Micki Starkville 
Myers, Steve Long Beach 

Myrick, Elizabeth Starkville 
Myrick, Patrick Starkville 

Nabors, Gabriel Columbus 





Nabors, Julie Calhoun City 
Nail, David Starkville 
Nail, Judith Starkville 



Narenthiran, Nadesan Starkville 
Nauck, James Decatur, AL 
Nelson, Christopher Pearl 



Nelson, Keith Starkville 
Nesbit, David Starkville 
Nester, Todd Louin 
Newman, Chris Natchez 
Newman, Stacey Cordova 
Newsom, Michelle Glen Allan 



Ng, Kok-Joo Starkville 
Nichols, Kirby Raleigh 
Nicks, Chandra Starkville 
Nix, Timothy Amory 
Noble, Julie Ocean Springs 
Nolen, Natalie Starkville 



Nordstrom, Stephanie Biloxi 
Norris, Matt Marks 
Norris, Michelle Corinth 
Norris, Stephanie Corinth 
O'Connell, Jamey Corinth 
O'Daniel, Chris Southaven 



Odom, Jill Bolton 
O'Flarity, Christie Jackson 
O'Keefe, Brennan Long Beach 
Olive, Matthew Carriere 
Oliver, Karen Mathis, TX 
Oliver, Shawn Weir 



293 



O'Neal, Ellen Wiggins 

O'Neal, Mark Wiggins 

Ong, Soo Ban Starkville 

Orr, Dushon Austin, TX 

Orr, Paul Tomnolen 



Osadchuk, Walter Starkville 

Osteen, Karen Picayune 

Oswalt, Lauren Jackson 

Owens, Anita Weir 

Pace, Karen Prentiss 



Padilla, Carlos Starkville 

Page, Daniel Clinton 

Page, David Clinton 

Palmer, Kim Menasha, WI 

Palmer, Todd Corinth 



Pandulfi, Gene Clinton 

Paquin, Donna Horn Lake 

Parker, Don Hattiesburg 

Parker, Trenton Forest 

Parks, Cynthia Myrtle 



Parks, Lee Ellisville 

Parris, Holly Hernando 

Parrish, Rachel Memphis, TN 

Pass, Albertina Holly Springs 

Passmore, Richie Tupelo 



Passons, Carol Houston 

Pate, Christy West Point 

Patel, Mita Durant 

Patel, Nainesh Columbus 

Patel, Sonal Columbus 











Patrick, Jason Russellville, AL 

Patron, Jan Vicksburg 

Payton, Marcia Tupelo 

Payton, Shannon Birmingham, AL 

Peeler, Michael Columbus 

Penaherrera, Andres Starkville 



Peng, Wee-Ing MS State 
Peenington, Barbie Columbus 
Penrose, Amy Arlington, TX 
Perdue, Stacy Leesburg, GA 
Perkins, Alfred Starkville 
Perry, Chris Tunica 



Perry, John San Antonio, TX 
Perry, Lee Starkville 
Perry, Phillip Miami, FL 
Perry, Wes Memphis, TN 
Persons, Elizabeth Clinton 
Peters, Dana Jackson, TN 



Peterson, Denise Clinton 
Peterson, Pam Canton 
Petrowski, Donald Sturgis 
Petrus, Eric Helena, AR 
Phillips, Robert Morton 
Pickett, Cecil Louisville 



Pickett, Cynthia Louisville 
Pickle, Leslie Amory 
Pigg, Glen Lena 
Pigott, Steve Jackson 
Pilgrim, Robert Starkville 
Pinero, Trent Starkville 



Pinkerton, Doug Starkville 
Pitolb, Jarrod Ocean Springs 
Pittman, Charles Winona 
Pitts, Brian Starkville 
Poitevin, Joeey Pascagoula 
Poe, Kathryn Inverness 






295 



Poole, Melinda Brandon 

Pope, Darbie Kosciusko 

Pope, John Jackson 

Pope, LaShonda Columbia 

Pope, Spencer Carrhage 



Potter, Debbie Jackson 

Powell, Brenda Plantersville 

Powell, Bud Starkville 

Powell, Lisa Flora 

Powers, Stacey Carthage 



Prater, Angela Pontotoc 

Prather, Bret Starkville 

Price, Vicki Kosciusko 

Priddy, Bruce Rolling Fork 

Prince, Claire Aberdeen 



Pritchard, David Aberdeen 
Purnell, Cynthia Starkville 
Quan, Rafael Starkville 
Quazi, Mustahid Starkville 
Rademacher, Erik Brandon 



Ragan, Ashley Corinth 

Rainwater, Jeff Starkville 

Ramsey, Robin Starkville 

Ramshur, Paul Lucedale 

Randall, Mary Hill Starkville 



Randolph, Steve Tupelo 

Ray, Libby Amory 

Read, Britton Clinton 

Read, Jason Quitman 

Reed, Byron Vicksburg 




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Reed, Donna Louisville 
Reeder, Lynn Pontotoc 
Redden, Stephen Canton 



Redding, Alice Starkville 
Remetow, Erin Clewiston, FL 
Rensink, Keith Pascagoula 



Rever, Robyn Veto Beach, FL 
Reynolds, Paul Lumberton 
Rhodes, Trent Columbus 
Rhodes, Veronica Iuka 
Rhodman, Erna Vicksburg 
Rice, Roseanne Tupelo 



Rice, Valerie Starkville 
Richardson, Chris Carrollton, AL 
Richey, Lacretia Blue Springs 
Ricketts, Jeff Athens, AL 
Ridge, Angela Ripley 
Riemann, Robert Gulfport 









Rinehart, Patrick Starkville 
Rivers, Starella Jackson 
Robbins, Justin Covington, TN 
Roberson, Mary Pope 
Roberts, Betty Starkville 
Robertson, Floyd Southaven 



Robertson, Jan Lake City, FL 
Robinette, Jennifer Starkville 
Robinson, Ashley Meridian 
Robinson, Ron Starkville 
Robinson, Tracey Ackerman 
Roby, Jana Forest 



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297 



Rodgers, Joey Pontotoc 

Rogers, Christy Tupelo 

Rogers, Rodney Lexington 

Roland, Phillip Carthage 

Root, Michael Brandon 



Rose, Rhonda Lewisburg, TN 

Ross, Michelle Grenada 

Rowell, Stacie Southaven 

Ruff, Paul Starkville 

Rushing, Alan Meadville 



Rushing, Evelyn Piano, TX 

Rudand, James Hueytown, AL 

Saleem, Mohammed Gadsden, AL 

Salone, Lester Jackson 

Sample, Gwendolyn Pickens 



Sample, Valara Pickens 

Sampsell, Michael Philadelphia 

Sanders, Bruff Louisville 

Sanders, Charles New Albany 

Sanders, James Macon 



Sanford, Scott Starkville 

Sartor, Rodney Starkville 

jneider, Tiffany Chalmette, LA 

r Schoenbeck, John McCook, NE 

Schoenrock, Curtis Starkville 



Scott, Charity Starkville 

Seagtaves, Chandler Nineveh, IN 

Segars, Sarah Saltillo 

Self, Christopher Kosciusko 

Sellers, Karen Brandon 





Sewell, Kelli Louisville 
Sharp, Stefanie Ocean Springs 
Shaunak, Sujay Starkville 
Shell, Tanja Grenada 
Shepard, James Carthage 
Shields, Grant Mantachie 



Shirley, Mike Starkville 
Shoemaker, Debra Starkville 
Shumpert, Staci Tupelo 
Sias, Melanie Rolling Fork 
Sii, Hee-Kang Starkville 
Simpson, Glenn Starkville 



Sims, Carter Bay Springs 
Sims, Julia Starkville 
Singleton, Kimberly Brandon 
Sitton, Scott Glen 
Skinner, Mike Marietta, GA 
Smock, Darrell Mctamors, IL 



Smith, Billy Decatur 
Smith, Charlcne Starkville 
Smith, Dustin Learned 
Smith, Eric Florence 
Smith, Erica Jackson 
Smith, Jeff Starkville 



Smith, Jennifer Gautier 
Smith, Kelly Amory 
Smith, Lee Jackson 
Smith, Michael Starkville 
Smith, Michelle Caledonia 
Smith, Richard Sardis 



Smith, Shon Pascagoula 
Smith, Steve Brookhaven 
Smith, Susan Starkville 
Smith, Vickie Vicksburg 
Smith-Hooper, Teresa Starkville 






299 



Snell, Eric Daleville 

Snuggs, Jeff Gautier 

Sokolnik, Natalye Edwards 

South, Jarod Mathiston 

Speer, Mike Columbia 



Spence, Jane Philadelphia 

Spencer, Lisa Bellefontaine 

Stafford, Jeff Kilmichael 

Stallings, Sydney Leland 

StanphiU, James Starkville 



Starling, Yolanda Clarksdale 

An Quazi, Steele Starkville 

Steen, Shara Kosciusko 

Stegall, Mandy Pontotoc 

Steuer, Wendy Corinth 



Stewart, Michael West Point 

Stout, Jeff Starkville 

Strahan, Jason Picayune 

Strange, Tammy Baldwyn 

Stratton, John Indianola 



Sweeter, Clinton Horseshoe Lake, 

AR 

Streeter, Tina Nesbit 

Strickland, Katie Corinth 

Sullivan, Alex Raleigh 

Sullivan, Mary Louisville 




Sullivan, Susan Brookhaven 

Sumrall, Richard Starkville 

Sumrall, Tammy Brandon 

Sutton, Brian Pontotoc 

Swann, Melvin Nassau, Bahamas 




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Swenson, Travis Long Beach 
Szurgot, Ron Lawrence, KS 
Tackett, Daniel Carrollton 
Tan, Thuan-Par Starkville 
Tan, Thuan-Pheow MS State 
Tan, Yoke-Peng Malaysia 



Tang, Yu-Pei MS State 
Taranto, Monica Saucier 
Tate, Chris Brentwood, TN 
Tate, Laura Starkville 
Taylor, David Starkville 
Taylor, Missy Amory 



Taylor, Tanya Weir 
Taylor, Tanya Greenwood 
Taylor, Whitney West Point 
Taylor, William Saugerties, NY 
Temple, David Taylorsville 
Terry, Mike Selmer, TN 



Thaggard, Scott Wayside 
Thaker, Deven MS State 
Thomas, Russ Starkville 
Thompson, Brian Chalmette, LA 
Thompson, Bryan Mantachie 
Thompson, Cary Gulfport 



Thompson, Cynthia Mantachie 
Thompson, Janet Corinth 
Thompson, Nicholas Pascagoula 
Thompson, Lee Pickens 
Thompson, Linda Canton 
Thompson, Mona Columbia 



Thrasher, Sonia Blue Mountain 
Thornton, Sonja Areola 
Thompson, Tiffiney Brandon 
Tolar, Allison Baldwyn 
Tolentino, Alfred Gulfport 
Tomlin, Lisa Starkville 



301 



Tomlin, William Kennedy, AL 

Tompkins, Laura Winona 

Torrey, Ramsay Waynesboro 

Towles, Phillip Decatur, AL 

Townsend, Stacy West Point 



Trainor, Ellen Flora 

Traylor, Ginger Vicksburg 

Trim, Angela Corinth 

Trott, Aaron Starkville 

Trotter, Phillip Kilmichael 



Tschetschot, Mark Cedar Rapids, IA 

Tubb, Angie Tupelo 

Tubertini, Lainie Greenville 

Tucker, Colin Raymond 

Tucker, Danica Holly Springs 



Tucker, John Starkville 
Tudor, Kim Starkville 
Tudor, Richard Tupelo 
Turbeville, Kim Vaiden 
Turnage, Roxi Brandon 



Turner, Joe Brandon 
Tyner, Fred Canton 
Tyndall, Lawrence Columbus 
Tyree, Susan Starkville 
Vanderford, Anthony Kosciusko 



Vaughan, Susan Starkville 

Veach, Christie Terry 

Vieria, Patricia Brazil 

Vollor, Timothy Vicksburg 

Vuncannon, Ara Starkville 








Wade, Melanie Tupelo 
Wager, Todd StarkviUe 
Walden, Tiffany Aberdeen 
Walker, Elisa Starkville 
Walker, Terrence Jackson 
Walker, Timmy Greenville 



Walker, Vickie Wesr Point 
Walker, Wendy Alberville, AL 
Wall, Lenn Moss Point 
Wallace, Chad Brandon 
Wallace, Elizabeth Starkville 
Wallace, Rebecca Starkville 



Wallace, Sammy Biloxi 
Wallis, Bobby Baldwyn 
Walters, Reed Laurel 
Walters, Ronald Laurel 
Walters, William Meridian 
Wampler, Steve Starkville 



Ward, Wende StarkviUe 
Ware, Gabriel Starkville 
Warren, Melissa Gulfport 
Washington, LaWanda Houston 
Waterson, Alex Murfreesboro, TN 
Watkins, Cary Flora 



Watkins, Todd Kosciusko 
Watson, Melissa Raleigh 
Weaver, Stewart Edmondson, 
Webb, Stephanie Brandon 
Weems, Hope Raymond 
Weeks, Kevin Noxapater 



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Welch, Elizabeth Orangeburg, SC 
Welch, Kimberly McComb 
Welch, Matthew Long Beach 
Wells, Selina Lucedale 
Wells, Tonya Saulsbury 
Wenzcl, Julie Tunica 



303 



West, Lisa Aberdeen 

Westbrook, Chris Starkville 

Whitehead, Nanette Starkville 

Whitfield, Mara Jackson 

Whitfield, Scottie Greenwood 



Whitworth, Jay Starkville 

Wilcox, Hoke Columbus 

Wilcher, Tabatha McComb 

Wiley, Ladonna Grenada 

Wigginton, Christie Michie, TN 



Wigginton, Jennifer Guntown 

Wiggs, Mim Vardaman, MS 

Wilkes, Jodie Noxapater 

Wilkins, Kimberly Clinton 

Williams, Brenda Durant 



Williams, Brock Hickory 

Williams, Charles Jackson 

Williams, Clay Leakesville 

Williams, Greg Mantee 

Williams, Janice Escatawpa 



Williams, Jeffrey MS State 
Williams, Michael Escatawpa 
Williams, Shaun Gulfport 
Wi lliams, Sidney Sierra Leone, West 
Africa 
Williams, Stephanie Amory 



Williams, Tonia Grenada 

Williams, Valerie Goodman 

Williams, Wade MS State 

Wills, Gina Pontotoc 

Wilson, Randy Fulton 





Wilson, Tawanda Woodville 
Wilson, Wanda Louisville 
Wixon, Trent Avalon 
Wilz, Patrick Long Beach 
Wingo, Scotty Iuka 
Wtnpigler, Sherra Vicksburg 



Winstead, Roger Forest 
Winters, Patricia Sallis 
Wood, Dawn Carrollton 
Wood, Rebecca Macon 
Wood, Wendy Tupelo 
Woods, Barry Amory 



Woods, John Jackson 
Woolbright, Tommy Starkville 
Wong, Pek-Bee Starkville 
Worbington, Vincent Clarksdale 
Wray, Catherine Ocala, FL 
Wray, Jennifer Ocala, FL 



Wright, Dennis Southaven 
Wright, Kim Vicksburg 
Wright, Tiffany Daphne, AL 
Wurm, Brad Clinton 
Xu, Ying Starkville 
Yang, Steven Starkville 



Yarbrough, Erikea Sturgis 
Yates, Todd Madison 
Yeo, Boon-Sin Starkville 
York, Aimee Arlington, TX 
Young, Christie Eupora 
Young, Clint Wiggins 



Young, Laurie Ocean Springs 
Younger, William Steens 
Zafar, Bushra Starkville 
Zuber, Rozlyn Starkville 
Zuercher, Gerald Starkville 



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Abesinghe, Arambage Starkville 

Aceituno, Carlos Starkville 

Adams, Bill Starkville 

Adams, Daniel Columbus 

Adrian, Mitchell Lake Charles, LA 



Ahmad, Suleiman Starkville 

Alarcon, Jorge Starkville 

Allen, Antonio Columbia 

Al-Mahmoud, Ahmad Starkville 

Alseleem, Yousef MS State 




Anderson, Nathe Ann Starkville 

Anmalsetty, Sriniuas Starkville 

Anwar, Chairil Srarkville 

Aqil, Tahir Starkville 

Arellano, Miguel Guadalajara, 

Mexico 



Armstrong, Michael Starkville 

Aston, Angela MS State 

Bala, Senthil Starkville 

Bajoch, Qadir Starkville 

Barillas, Rolando Starkville 




Bartlett, Leda Starkville 

Beard, Ban Macon 

Beck, Melissa Duck Hill 

Bellerud, Nana Starkville 

Bernard, David Meridian 



Berthelson, Chad Starkville 

Bethea, Leslie Jackson 

Beyea, Tim Starkville 

Bonilla, Bird Starkville 

Booker, Ken Meridian 












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Britto, Ronnie Starkville 
Brown, Darren Lucedale 
Bryant, Kelly Clinton 
Burns, Karen Kilmichael 
Butt, Shahid Starkville 
Cartagena, Jose Starkville 



Caufield, Mark Milton, WI 
Cauthen, Nancy Huntsvillc, AL 
Chavez, Rafael Starkville 
Cheoney, James Evansville, IN 
Chen, Bin Starkville 
Chen, Shaomei Starkville 



Chowdappa, Asuini Starkville 
Cooper, Yolanda Yazoo City 
Cornelius, Jesse Walnut 
Davis, Thomas Kosciusko 
Deshmukh, Harshwardham Corona, CA 
Dhage, Sunil Starkville 



Dixon, Patrick Utica 

Draper, Michael Herculaneum, MO 

Fang, Zhanshan Starkville 

Felder, Bill Long Beach 

Finch, Jeffrey Tupelo 

Ghezzi, Michele N. Syracuse, NY 



Goudelock, Lee Starkville 
Goyaliya, Vinamra Starkville 
Gray, Debbie Jackson 
Griffin, Walter Starkville 
Griswold, Elizabeth Biloxi 
Groner, Melanie Pearl 



Guevara, Claudia Columbia 
Hall, Varrian Cleveland 
Haque, Ahmad Kensington, MD 
Homan, Evelyn Starkville 
Hong, Guangzhi Starkville 
Hamuddin, II Starkville 



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Jacobs, Meschelle Starkville 

Jong, Harriet Starkville 

Jean, Monica Caruthersville, MO 

Jiayi, Fan MS State 

Karim, Khondkar Starkville 



Kelly, Rebecca MS State 

Khan, Aslam Starkville 

Khan, Azim Starkville 

Khan, Muhammad Starkville 

Kirton, Kurt Terry 



Laeeq, Muhammad Starkville 

Lane, Jeanise West Point 

Lassner, Lee MS State 

Mahfood, Awadh Starkville 

Malik, Hermen Starkville 



Marzouk, Abdel Starkville 

McCluney, Larry Grenada 

McCraw, Jon Laurel 

McReynolds, Rita Starkville 

Medeitos, Neusa Starkville 




Mehta, Harshil Bombay, India 

Middleton, Dalton Eupora 

Morgan, Kim Rose Hill 

Mouts, Benjamin Ocean Springs 

Narayanan, Arvind Starkville 



Nirgudkar, Ravi Starkville 

Notosoebagio, Anitia Starkville 

Olivieri, Kathleen Starkville 

Palmer, Judy Louisville 

Pandey, Vivek Starkville 




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Papadopulos, Miguel Santa Cruz, Bolivia 
Parker, Parti Smithville 
Pendyala, Hari Starkville 



Powell, Michelle Ridgeland 
Qian, Shencen MS State 
Rahurthy, Kumar Starkville 



Ray, Rebecca Starkville 
Reed, Thomas Hattiesburg 
Reich, Ken Amory 
Rogers, Dante Starkville 
Ruff, Cindy Starkville 
Rusjdi, Amsal Starkville 



Salin, Delmy Starkville 
Sastrahusada, Sajogi Starkville 
Scruggs, Paul Woodbridge, VA 
Sii, Hie-ing Starkville 
Silva, Juacy Starkville 
Siswanto, Usman Starkville 



Shaman, Clover Cleveland 
Shannon, Jay Scott 
Shaunak, Nirdosh Starkville 
Shahzad, Khurram MS State 
Smith, Joycelyn Columbus 
Smith, Katie Starkville 



Srinivashan, Sekar Starkville 
Stout, Tarea MS State 
Suarna, Endang Starkville 
Tillmon, Cheneta Gore Springs 
Turnipseed, Timothy Weir 
Tyree, Patrick Bluefield, WV 






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Usman MS State 
Vadhwa, Seema Vicksburg j 
Villaroel, Dorgelis MS State 
Wainaina, Gituro Starkville 
Wang, Yingchun MS State 



Warslie, Priyadarshin Starkville 
Wasserman, David Vicksburg 
Westerburg, John Pocahontas 

Wisterman, Rebekah Starkville 
Wu, Yaoxin MS State 



Yang, Yuhua Starkville I 
Yao, Engui MS State 

Yao, Yanping Starkville I 

Yin, Jingyr MS State I 

Zake, Vincent Starkville I 




Zheng, Yuquan Starkville 
Zhengrong, Yun Starkville 





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Student Association 




v_ Student Association 



CABINET — Row 1: Carlos Beltran, 
David Wasserman, Marcia Peyton, 
Amy Marquez- Attorney Genetal, Bud- 
dy McRae- Vice President, Cooper Cal- 
laway- President, Amanda Stamps- Sec- 
retary, Elizabeth Trevathan- Chief of 
Staff, Missy Hensley, Wanda Mills, 
Westley Deshazer Row 2: Bryan 
Leatherman, Kurt Krausse, Nelson 
Jackson, Rhonda Killebrew, Michelle 
Newsom, Natalie Sorrels, Kristi Toney, 
Heath Childs, Greg Johnston, Brian 
Young 



SENATE — Row 1: Jim Gray- Pres- 
ident Pro Tempore, Amanda Stamps- 
Secretary, Buddy McRae- Vice Pres- 
ident and Chairman of the Senate, Jon- 
athan Amacker, Jay Perry, John Dale 
Dumas Row 2: Beth Cummins, Rox- 
anne Penton, Anna Cheatham, Julie 
Boykin, Brandi Holliman, Mary Eliz- 
abeth Gill, Keri Ray, Danielle Louys, 
Holly Howell, Allison Simmons, Meg 
Montgomery, Veronica Waters Row 3: 
Harvey Rupert, Matt Burt, John Strat- 
ton, Matt Yarborough, Gallagher Jeff, 
Tim Walker, Spence Flatgard, Scott 
Bonds, Wade Overstreet, Dicki Honea, 
C. Shaw Case 



UNITED WAY Row 1: Kerri Cal- 
laway, Leanne McGahey, Beth Bowlin, 
Andrea Dallas, Rhonda Killebrew- Di- 
rector, Jennifer Hawks, Anna Cheetam, 
Grace Lott Row 2: Shanna Bennett, 
Jessica DeGroote, Brian Young, Scott 
Bonds, Lisa Morici, Gayle Betts 




Photo by Fred FauJ 




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ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Row 1: Mike 
Edgewater, Kerri Callaway, Alice Gross, 
Natlie Sorrels- Director, Catherine Pet- 
ty, Jennifer Johnson, Ginger Blackridge 
Row 2: Robby Miller, Keith James, 
Johnathan Barlow, Elizabeth Penny, 
Michael Robersen 



STUDENT FINANCIAL SERV- 
ICES Jeff Smith, Vickie Smith, Todd 
Massey, Michelle Newsom- Director, 
Shannon Surholt 



GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS Row 

1: Colbey Penton, Matthew Rhoden, 
Courtney Lott, Heather Saum, Betsy 
Gray, Andrea Dallas Greg Johnston- 
Director, Barry Johnson, Chris 
Lamb, Suzanne Green 



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RESEARCH AND IMPLEMENTA- 
TION Cory Collins, Shannon Gold- 
sworthy, Heath Childs- Director, Jen- 
nifer Whitehead, Ryan Van Buren 



INTERNATIONAL STUDENT 
AFFAIRS Seungku Kanq, Carlos Bel- 
tran- Director, Michael Tran 



PUBLIC RELATIONS Row 1: Erin 
Nemerow, Lori Butler, Janet Branch, 
Mary Elliot Street, Kurt Krause- Di- 
rector, Brandi Ferguson, Julie Fulcher, 
Michel Crane, Jenny Manuel Row 2: 
Grace Lott, Cathy Ritter, Robin 
Donald, Brian Young- Assistant Di- 
rector, Claire Jacobs, Ann Myers, Pam 
Mooring Row 3: Chris Ritter, Will 
Walker, Chad McMullin, Kurt Shoules, 
Brian Atkins, Matt Henderson, Mike 
Edgeworth 





STUDENT HEALTH AND WELL- 
NESS Row 1: Emily Povall, Christy 
Souders, Tina Houston Row 2: Allison 
Hamff, Btyan Leathetman- Directot, 
Heathet Ray, Melanie Still 



MINORITY AFFAIRS Michell Web- 
ber, Westley Deshazer- Ditector, Rho- 
desia Myers, Jessica DeGroote 



UNIVERSITY SERVICES Row 1: 

Stephanie Stucky, T. J. Wallace, Kenya 
Godgans, Missy Hensley- Directot, 
Geotgia Thomas, Jamie Adams Row 
2: Cory Collins, Kelly Allen, Jill Ste- 
vens, Jeff Jones, Rhonda Ballard, Mar- 
garet Bush, Adrienne Stewart 



hoto by Sonny Mathews 




AIAA 



The American Institute of 
Aeronautics and Astronautics is 
the largest technical society and 
information resource devoted to 
the progress of engineering and 
science in aviation and space. 
Student membership is open to 
all full-time university and high 
school students who have an 
interest in the aerospace indus- 
try. The majority of AIAA stu- 
dent members are aerospace, 
mechanical, electrical, civil, and 
industrial engineering students. 




The American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers is an or- 
ganization of Professionals and 
future professionals. The pur- 
pose of AICHE is to provide a 
link between industry and 
chemical engineering students. 
Among the services provided 
are the promotion of chemical 
engineering and higher educa- 
tion by setting up information 
booths at Discovery Day, the 
orientation of students to pro- 
spective job opportunities, and 
the orientation of chemical en- 
gineering underclassmen. 






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Photo by Sonny Mathew 

Row 1: Molly Livingston, Beverly Magee, Lisa Robinson, Christine Cuicchi, Lea Hall- Vice President, Kristina Kirby- Secretary, Kenneth R. Hall- faculti 
advisor Row 2: Ron Garner, Mark Henry, Will Taylor, Scott Brown- President, Bryan Daniel, Lamar Bryant, Bronson Yake Row 3: Frank Caldwell, Vinci 
Worbington, Joel Robinson, David Page, Robert Harris- Treasurer, Lloyd Reaves, Colin Tucker, Neil Decker, Sean Garick, Gary Hataway 



AICHE 




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ASCE 




ASCE 

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The American Society of Civ- 
il Engineers is a student organ- 
ization which assists members 
in finding employment in the 
civil engineering profession. 
This includes regular meetings, 
outside speakers, movies, field 
trips, and a convention. At the 
national level ASCE members 
participate in essay contests, re- 
gional conferences, workshops, 
and forums. ASCE, also, pub- 
lishes a job search handbook to 
assist students in finding em- 
ployment. 



hoto by Sonny Mathews 

low 1: Jay Lancaster, Christi Goldman, Ron Robinson, Edward Holland, Chad Wallace, Fred Tyner Row 2: Jeff Smith, Bart Ballard, Steve Smith, Tracy 
ofton Row 3: Jan Patton, Lee Greer, Thomas Crowder, Jerry Gillizand, Joel Ford 



ASSW 





The Assoiciation of Student 
Social Workers is a university 
organization devoted to provid- 
ing students with a further un- 
derstanding of social work and 
the human service field. ASSW 
seeks to keep members current 
on social work trends and ed- 
ucation. It also encourages in- 
volvement in community ser- 
vice programs both 
indivudually and in groups. 
ASSW is also very active in the 
National Federation of Student 
Social Workers. 



I to by Ralph Shearer 

■w 1: Shannin Jones, Claire Prince-Vice President, Crystel Eatman- President, Stacey Newman- Secretary, Sonja Vaughn Row 2: Margo Swain- Advisor, 
'bara Shackleford, Camille Kilgore, Melanie Rogers, Jamie Crutcher, Sonja Thomas, Deborah Morgan. 




The Accounting Society is 
the student organization of the 
National Association of Ac- 
countants. The purpose of the 
Accounting Society is to pro- 
mote opportunities in account- 
ing and to provide accounting 
students a social environment to 
allow them to interact with oth- 
er accounting students. 



Accounting Society 




Photo by Kim Pail 

Row 1: Chad Fooshee- Treasurer, Marianne Cooper- Publicity Director, Kathy Curtis- Secretary, Stephanie Campbell- Project Director, Barbara Bal; 
President, Chaugney Pierce- Vice President, Dawn Moseley- Ptogram Director, Dena Stewart, Jerri Brandon Row 2: Toshi Sethi, Amy Holder, Amy Rhin 
Misti Williams, Kathy Riggan, Amy Herrington, Grant Shields, Reggie Hannah, Timothy Carr, Timothy Williams, Norma Moore, Francis McNaij 
Faculty Advisor, Gilda Agacer- Faculty Advisor 




The Agricultural Economics 
Club is open to anyone with a 
general interest in agricultural 
economics. Along with provid- 
ing an informal setting for stu- 
dents and faculty to meet, it 
provides the utilities for stu- 
dents to learn more about their 
chosen field of study. The club 
brings in prominent speakers to 
inform the students on topics 
relevant to their majors. 



Agriculture Econ. Club 




Photo by Mike Ni 

Row 1: Jeff Gafford- Secretary /Treasurer, Will Wansley- President, Neill McLaurin- Vice President, Randy Little- Advisor Row 2: Lee SMith, 
Stafford, Tanya Taylor Row 3: Dusty Smith, Robert Spell, Darryl Waller, Dana Reed Row 4: Jonah Myrick, Brent Walker, David Bigger, Sharon Hai 
Row 5: Scott Bigham, Wesley Pardue, Coley Bailey, Charles Dante 



Ag. Pest Management 




hoto by Mike Nichols 

low 1: Chris Shotts, Trey Bullock, Darrin Pickett, Tim Edmondson, Don Parker, Ronnie Lester, Scott Gordon Row 2: Dee Hillhouse, Shane Hand, Wade 
Corky, Joseph Latham, Wes Briggs, Will Elhins, Robbie Riddick, Chris Lucas, Charlene Thomas 



Ag. & Home Ec. Council 



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' Sonny Mathews 

j'W 1: Emily Kimbrell, Fred Bachner, Mary Jo Billow, Bill Lewis Row 2: Laura Copeland, Julia Lamb, Kara Allen Row 3: Michael Gulbrandsen, Jody 
'mpton, Robert McGee, Shawn Oliver, Cathy Goforth, Jennifer Robinette 




IssissippiState 

II UNIVERSITY 



The Mississippi State Uni- 
versity Agricultural Pest Man- 
agement Club was organized in 
the fall of 1992 to promote and 
stimulate interest in the science 
of agricultural pest management 
in all its branches and to fa- 
cilitate personal interaction 
among those interested in man- 
agement of insect, disease, and 
weed pests by providing op- 
portunities for academic and so- 
cial exchange. The membership 
consists of students enrolled at 
MSU (undergraduates and 
graduates), alumni, faculy, and 
staff of MSU, and professionals 
involved in the area of pest 
management. 




The purpose of the College of 
Agriculture and Home Eco- 
nomics Student Council is to 
represent the students of the 
College and to coordinate the 
various student activities within 
the College. The council seeks to 
promote an espirit de corps 
among its students and to in- 
crease public understanding and 
appreciation of the College of 
Agriculture and Home Eco- 
nomics. 



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Air Force ROTC 




Photo by Sonny Pi 

Row 1: Mance Harmon, Chris Carruth, Paul Rounsavall, Mike Monto, David Smith, Michael Rushing, Kendall Holloway, Scott Sanford, Mike Davide Row 2: Jason Humprey, James Standley, 
Cason, Demetrius White, Wade Triplett, Tim Nettles, Chris Smith Row 3: Matthew Jordan, Geoffrey Clark, Curtis Pitts, Jennifer Carter, Lorenzo Gates, Leigh-Anne Turcotte, Michael Williamson, a 
O'Neal Row 4: Britton C. Read, Stan Shuttleworth, Colin Tucker, Garry Upton, Gene Cummins, Ray Harris 




The Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps is a professional leaden 
development program in conjunction with a full college curriculum that prer 
students to be Air Force officers. Air Force ROTC is a valuable experience fo 
college student preparing to take an active role in today's high-tech society. 




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Air Force ROTC Blue Knights 



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Air Force Reserve Officers' 
Training Corps' Blue Knights is 
a precision drill team. They 
show the pride of Air Force 
Detachment 425 and Mississip- 
pi State University in Christmas 
and Mardi Gras parades. They 
represent the "BULLDOG" 
spirit in various drill compe- 
titions. The Blue Knights are 
considered the "best of the 
best" in Air Force ROTC. 



Photo by Ralph She 

Row 1: Michael Monto, Phil Mercer Row 2: Jennifer Carter, Kelly Cooper, Jason Humphrey, Michael Davide Row 3: James Standley, Tim Nettles, Ray 

Harris Row 4: Stan Shuttleworth, David Willis, Geoff Clark, Matthey Clark, Matthew Jordan Not pictured: Taska Cason 



Air Force ROTC Color Guard 





The Color Guard has long 
been the representative of 
AFROTC. They display the 
Colors during special ceremo- 
nies, banquets, conventions, pa- 
rades, and athletic events. 

This semester, the Color 
Guard presented the Colors be- 
fore the home football games; 
they took part in a Veteran's 
Day Retreat ceremony, and they 
served as an Honor Guard for a 
special Vietam Veteran's Me- 
morial Service in Washington, 
D. C. They display the Colors 
with Pride, Integrity, and Hon- 
or. 



Tioto by Kim Palmer 

Leigh- Anne Turcotte, David Smith- Commander, J. Michael Williamson, Jennifer Ghiton, Not Pictured: Michael Davide 



Alpha Lambda Delta 




Officers: Matt Yarbotough- President, Scott Parsons- Vice President, Allison Butler- Secretary, Cathy Henderson- Treasurer 




ALPHA 

LAMBDA 

DELTA 



Scholastic Honor Society for Freshmen 



1992 Initiates: Alison Abril, Thomas Agostinelli, Jr, Christy Albright, Nicole Allensworth, Anc 
Beaird, Sarah Blackwell, Tonya Boga, Claudia Bottino, Raymond Brown, Laura Bumagin, Allisc 
Butler, Kerri Callaway, Brad Castle, Christopher Chaplin, Jereme Chapman, Rebecca Coltrin, Jasc 
Cook, Amy Corhern, Michael Cox, Jessica DeGroote, Jon Dickey, Renee Dorrill, Brandi Fergusov 
Jerry Frost, Charles Frye, Jr., Lucy Fullen, Laurann Garley, Sara Garriga, Joe Gibson, Stephan 
Gibson, Brian Granger, Joseph Griffin, Dana Harrick, Jeff Hart, Cathy Henderson, Williai: 
Henson, Emily Hicks, Amy Holder, Brandi Holliman, Wendy Hurd, Stephanie Hurst, Bria, 
Jackson, Keith James, Ryan Jewell, Jennifer Jones, Stephanie Jones, Johnnie Jordan III, Jennif! 
Kehoe, Amy Kellum, Jill Kincade, Ryan Lacey, Amy Lambert, Kevin Lewis, Elizabeth Lott, Rodni 
Lum, Linda Mak, Robin McCarry, Virginia McGahey, William McReynolds, Manche Mitche 
Shellie Mitchell, Melanie Murphy, Robert O'Gwynn, Karen O'Lenick, Brett Olson, Angela Owe 
Blake Parham, Richard Parsons, Jennifer Pennington, Ashley Puckett, Dwight Reed, Mane 
Replogle, Mark Riddle, William Robertson III, Myra Robinson, Robert Rogers, Krystal Rudolpi 
Robyn Santucci, Heather Saum, Andrew Scott, Marcus Scott, Amy Seitz, Lacey Smith, Beverly Sne 
Natalie Sorrels, Jill Stevens, Ryan Strong, Stephanie Stucky, Apryl Tabor, Terri Tabor, Christii 
Tang, Michael Turner, Alena Tyre, William Walker, Stephani Ware, Christopher Wells, Matthe 
Yarborough, Jacqueline Young 1991 Initiates: Jamie Adams, Bethany Ainsworth, Michelle Aki: 
Jeff Allen, Robyn Anthony, Daniel Armstrong, Jenifer Bailey, Kathleen Beasley, Leslie Biddl 
Christy Blasingame, Jennifer Boring, Kristen Brooks, Jillian Buckingham, Shawn Bumpers, Th 
Caperton, Dorsey Carson, Jr., Beth Clayton, Kenan Clinton, Holly Clowers, Vincent Comet 
Jennifer Cox, Julie Criddle, Christine Cuicchi, Kimberly Davis, Kathryn Dennis, Patricia Dill, Ki 
Do, Mark Dumas, Anne Duncan, Chrisry Duncan, Gail Echols, Brian Evans, Natalie Farley, Parrii 
Fortenberry, Jenifer Gibson, Elmetra Givens, Jennifer Glass, Brenda Golden, Jim Gordon, Jr., Anc 
Graves, Andria Gressert, Laura Harris, Adrienne Hart, Marie Hataway, Stephen Hathcoc 
Christopher Heaps, Shanda Hemphill, Lisa Henley, Jeff Henson, Tessa Hilliard, Shelli Hodge 
Kevin Holland, Chad Holley, Lou Ann Hood, Lacy Horton, Steve Horton, Cyndi Howard, Camerc 
Howard, Keven Howell, Karen Huff, Erin Ingram, Krisi Irwin, Tammy Jang, David Jones, Sa 
Joyner, Mary Killough, Ashli King, Aubrey Knight, Chad Knight, Angela Lang, Willa LeBlan 
Stephanie Lee, Erik Lessmann, Mitzi Lewers, Laurie Lochridge, Michael Mansfield, Kary Marque 
Georgeen Matijevich, Rebecca McClanahan, Missy McMillin, Kenneth McNeal, Lori Meyers, Jam 
Miller, Michael Milligan, Anna Minor, Lisa Mock, Tammy Newlon, Julie Noble, Janey O'Conne 
Evelyn O'Hara, Betsy Palazzo, Stephen Palmer, Melanie Palmertree, Clinton Parham, Shann( 
Payton, Roxanne Penton, Kristin Phillips, Steve Pigott, Heather Ray, Byron Reed, Catherine Ritte 
Kathy Robinson, Lisa Robinson, Shannon Rodman, Michelle Roos, Laura Ross, Michael Rossi, Ji 
Guy Seanger, Dana Samsil, Christy Sanders, Susan Scruggs, Eric Singletary, Jorg Sizemore, Dust 
Smith, Kristen Smith, Michael Smith, Rebecca Smith, Stephanie Sowell, Sydney Stallings, Aman< 
Stamps, Melanie Stodard, Mathew Storm, Simeon Street, Alice Thompson, Paige Tinney, Km 
Toney, John Underwood, Traci Vance, Anthony Vanderford, James Vinson, Kimberly Wal 
Shelley Walters, Courtney Watkins, Hope Weems, Elizabeth Welch, John White, Michael Whit 
Tracy Whitehead, Sonja Williams, Tonya Williams, Tonya Williams, Charles Winfield, Michc- 
Wofford, Susan Wood 



Alpha Pi Mu 





Those ranked in the upper 
one-fifth of the junior class or the 
upper one-third of the senior class 
can be considered for member- 
ship in Alpha Pi Mu. Alpha Pi 
Mu encourages this high caliber 
performance to help insure suc- 
cess in the Industrial Engineering 
profession. The society plays a 
role in stimulating such perfor- 
mance in the student's college ca- 
reer, and then provides a common 
ground for industrial engineering 
leaders to exchange ideas and to 
encourage mutual growth. It also 
hopes to improve the profession 
by providing experience which 
will prove useful during the stu- 
dent's career. 



Photo by Ralph Shearer 

Row 1: Ellen O'Neal- Vice President, Tina L. Juliana- President Row 2: Azlan Adnan- Initiation Chairman, Erik LaValle- Secretary, Larry G. Brown- Head 
rf Dept. of Industrial Engineering, Royce Bowden- Advisor, John Rogers- Treasurer, Mike Terry- Membership Chairman 



Alpha Zeta 




Ron AJen 

t. Wallace Kilkreas- Advisor, Mitch Leflore- Treasurer, Brian Scholl- Chronicler, Melanie Helton, Shawn Oliver- Chancellor, Phillip Perry- Censor, Elaine 
oome, Julie Nabors, Allison Prewitt, Jennifer Jordan, Ryn Laster, Clayton Burnett, Michele Dubard, Steve Cantrell, Allison East, Michael Smith, Nichell 
ebber, Jennifer Robinette, Marisa Smith, Kimberly Campbell, Robert Phillips, Sidney Williams, Jr., Emily Goode, Chris Richardson, Karen Sellers, Tim 
ilmondson, Tim Castle, Dusty Smith, Daphne Ward, Ellen Jeffery, Justin Robbins, Tina Jones, Alan Rushing, Jeff Gaffotd, Benny Borst, Jay Allen, Garry 
lompson 




AZ is a national honorary fra- 
ternity for men and women in 
the College of Agriculture and 
Home Economics. AZ members 
are of a wide diversity and are 
active on campus. As a com- 
munity project for the 92-93 
year, AZ members are using 
their strong academic back- 
ground to help others with their 
classes through an organized 
tutoring program. 



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Alumni Delegates 




Submitted 

Row 1: Yolanda Juzang, Amanda Stamps, Wendy McCubbins, Wendy DeWolf, Michelle Mclnnis, Susan Jennings Row 2: Jeffrey Minton, Rachel Rinnan, Charlotte Bosatge, Cathy Ritter, Christy 
Brumfield, Leslie Biddle, Marcia Payton, Lee Perry, Greg Smith Row 2: Jennifer Wray, Beth Cummins, Cara Davies Row 4: Libba Andrews- Advisor, Scott Guest, Bryan Leatherman, Coopei 
Callaway, Luther Bouie, Mike Pepper, Jared Blalock, Scott Tanksley, Jeremy Grafton, Erik Lavalle, Kurt Shettles 



The Mississippi State University Alumni Delegates are a diverse group of 
talented and dedicated students. Sponsoted by the Alumni Association, Del- 
egates strive diligently to promote the university's accomplishments and its 
commitment to the future of higher education in Mississippi. 

The delegates, recognized as leaders on campus, serve as liaisons for Mis- 
sissippi State students and alumni. Delegates work to inform fellow students 
about the importance of the Alumni Association to this university, in addition to 
better informing alumni of the many exciting and important activities on 
campus. Delegates perform such tasks as raising funds to support their various 
programs, hosting alumni functions, sponsoring service projects, and increasing 
alumni membership. Alumni Delgates sponsor Exam Week Survival Kits, 
Alumni Open Houses, and Class Reunions, among many other programs 

Alumni Delegates are exceptional men and women dedicated to the quality 
education, innovative research, and outstanding opportunities that Mississippi 
State is providing the state and the nation. They are a shining example to the 
alumni of the dynamic student body at Mississippi State University. 




UNIVERSITY 



Ambassadors 




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The Ambassadors of the Col- 
lege of Agriculture and Home 
Economics is a group of fifteen 
select student representatives for 
the College. The duties of the 
Amabassadors are to aid in re- 
cruiting, assist with alumni func- 
tions, assist in departmental func- 
tions, and do public relations 
work for the College, the Uni- 
versity, and Agriculture and 
Home Economics in Mississippi. 
This group visits high schools and 
junior colleges during career days 
and sets up information booths 
for the college at various MSU 
events. MSU is the second uni- 
versity to establish such a group 
for the College of Agriculture and 
Home Economics. 



'hoto by Sonny Mathews 

tow 1: Terence Walker Row 2: Jennifer Robinerte, Kara Allen Row 3: Susan Watkins, Steve Cantrell, Bill Lewis, Brian Baldwin Row 4: Emily Goode, 
Celly Mason, Karen Sellers Row 5: Shelly West, Shawn Oliver 



American Nuclear Society 




ioto by Sonny Mathews 

ow 1: Brett Bolan, Robert Winters- President, Mare Kleiman, Raymond Chow, Kenny Bean Row 2: Mohammed Saleem- Vice President, Albert G. Gu, 
ml Koenig, Norman Kahlev, Thad Fonck, Charles Sparrow Not Pictured: Gary Boudreaux, Jon Haar, James Brooks, Dale Greer, Bill Morgan, Bill 
'ilson 




The American Nuclear So- 
ciety is an international organ- 
ization devoted to the advance- 
ment of nuclear technology. It 
provides an opportunity to di- 
rectly influence the course of nu- 
clear technology and the careers 
of its members through public 
information efforts, paper pres- 
entations, national meeting at- 
tendance, and steering group 
direction. 



Angel Flight 




Angel Flight — Silver Wings 
is a national volunteer collegiate 
service organization that works 
to promote Air Force ROTC, 
Arnold Air Society, the United 
States Air Force, Mississippi 
State University, and the sur- 
rounding community. 

In the past Angel Flight proj- 
ects have included assisting Co- 
lumbus Air Force Base with the 
hospitality tent at their air 
show, working with the ATO 
fraternity to paint the paws on 
Bully Blvd., and activities with 
the Palmer Home and Starkville 
Manor Nursing Home. 




The MS IV class are the Ca- 
det Officers of the Army ROTC 
Cadet Battalion. Their major 
duties include planning the ac- 
tivities of the Battalion in con- 
junction with a full college cur- 
riculum. The MS IV year 
represents the culmination of 
the ROTC experience and is the 
first step in professional lead- 
ership development. Ultimate- 
ly, this class will become con- 
tributing members to the 
Officer Corps of the United 
States Army. 




Phocu by Sunny Mathews 
Row 1: Elizabeth Owens- Commandet, Btenda Powell- Public Affairs. Christy West- Director of Operations, Melynn Magnum- Chief of Protocol. Melarue Helton- Director of Training. Alison Abril- 
Comptroller, Vicki Leonard- Informanon Management Officer Row 2: Kim Pace, Stephanie Phillips, Amy Hooks, Susan Batten, Kristin Pray, Robin Spell, Rhonda Moore Row 3: Lasca Fogle, Gayle Berts, ' 
Hope Weems, Simeon Street, Janet Downey Row 4: Michelle Borst, Kathy Kemp, Shannon Smith, Leigh Anne Webster, Kim Collins Row 5: Cassandra Suddoth, Andrea Harris, Monica Swift, Molly Caston, I 
Conn Wynne, Carrie Permenter, Mary Frerichs Row 6: Melanie Wages, lamie Short, Larfaya Baber, Allison Wallace, Chrisri Richardson, Shayne Easrerling 



Army ROTC MS IV's 





Photo by Kim Palmer 

Row 1: Christy Cochran, Andrew Allen, Allen McDaniel Row 2: Adam Goglia, Mark Winstead, Bill Meadows, Man Brown Row 3: Chris Lange, Barry 
Busby, Kevin Lewis Not Pictured: Stephen Cook, Charles Sanders, Bill Tomlin, Floyd Crocker 




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Arnold Air Society 





Arnold Air Society is a na- 
tional honorary professional ser- 
vice organization. The Arnold 
Air Society works to create a 
good relationship among Air 
Force officer candidates, helps 
prepare future Air Force Of- 
ficers and to continue the tra- 
ditions and purpose of the Unit- 
ed States Air Force. Through 
several service projects, the Ar- 
nold Air Society strives to ac- 
complish these objectives. 



loto by Sonny Mathews 

ow 1: Colin Tucker- Commander, Britton Read, Gene Cummins- Vice Commander, Scott Sanford Row 2: Mark O'Neal, Chris Smith, Ray Harris, Mike 
[onto 



Assoc, for Comp. Machinery 




-0 by Sonny Mathews 

f 1: Abhijit Pandey- Social Chairman, Deven Thaker- Newsletter Editor, Btett McAnulty- Vice President, Karen Burns- President. Mark Rauschkolb- Treasurer Row 2: Mong-Leng Chew, Tahir Dildar, 
an Doss, Tom Rirter, George Shaju, Mounghung Kang, Hanu Rao Yelamarti, May Yee Yap, Alfred Wu, Fakhruz Zaman, Bontu Srinivas, Ramani Ramasundar Row 3: Sanjana Popat, Kalla M., Yoke- 
; Tan, Vicki Leonard, Amanda Bost, Soo-Tsong Lim, Tushar Dode, Siva Korlakunta, Prasad Gudipati, Rajeev Agarwal Row 4: Brett J. L Landry, David K, Magee, Bill Ford, Carol Chen, Dongmei Wu, 
^hen Cheng, I Shih, John Westerburg, Jared Heath, Eric Chen, Chandrashekar Ramanathan, Mingang Xu Row 5: Myrna Tramel, Lon Gowen, Don Dearholt, Charles Petersen, Alexander Sokolsky, Ron 
hrwell. Lance Burton, Nancy Miller, Tami Nebeker, Tripp Thompson, James Dement, Wayne SmitT Not Pictured: Marlene F.vans- Secretary 




The Association for Comput- 
ing Machinery is an organiza- 
tion for any students interested 
in the computer field. The or- 
ganization sponsors projects 
throughout the year to help in- 
form students about computers 
and introduce them to comput- 
er science faculty. The studnet 
chapter was chartered in 1970 
and currently has 120 members. 




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Bacchus 




Bacchus is an organization 
dedicated to alcohol problem 
awareness on campus. Bacchus 
does not condemn students for 
the use of alcohol but stresses 
the importance of knowing 
one's limits and not abusing the 
substance. Drinkin and driving 
is a major opponent of Bacchus, 
and they seek to educate stu- 
dents to its dangers. 




Photo by Ralph Shearer 

B. J. Mann- Advisor Row 1: Jamison Johnson- Vice President of Activities, Audra Shirley, Heather L. Holland- President, I 
John Mark Draffen- Vice President of Communications Row 2: Lesley Livingston, Tera Quails, Amber Adams, LaShan 
LaGuan, Kym Collins Not Pictured: Kris Mallard- Vice President of Finance, Tangi Anderson- Vice President of Activities, 




Baptist Student Union 



The Baptist Student Union 
provides a spiritual supplement 
to the students of the university. 
BSU is sponsored and directed 
by Baptists, but is open to all 
MSU students. 




Photo by Ralph Shearer ; 

Row 1: Kim Ehridge- Intramural Chairperson, Kristie Harrick- Publicity Chairperson, Kim Lawson- Community Outreach Coordinator, Wendy McKay- 
Social Chairperson, Colbey Penton- Programs/Events Coordinator, Lori Clark- Fine Arts Coordinator Row 2: Wes Bowen- President, Chris Siggins- 
Discipleship, Michelle Groner- Outreach, Daniel Hyams- Missions Chairman, June C. Scoggins- Associate Directot, Brad Benton- International Director 
Greg Johnston- Wotship/Study Director, Ken Watkins- Director, Susan Lee- Vice President, Brock Williams- Student Center Director 



Beta Alpha Psi 




hoto by Kim Palmer 

low 1: Jenae Heeps, Marianne Cooper, Kristen Brooks, Kim Cuccaro, Jeannie Parham, Jennifer Ard, Kim Moody, Wendy Steuer, Donna Jones, Kathy 
Curtis, Clyde Herring Row 2: Steven Aycock, Rhonda Odom, Micki Mullins, Bill Hardin, Parrish Fortenberry, Chris Robinson, Lee Moseley, Clay Collins, 
aura Bernhart, Robin Cooley, PrisciUa Gardner, Reggie Hannah, Michelle Ross Row 3: Alan Hotard, Chavgney Pierce, Chad Gooshee, Len Blanton, Ali 
■laraghi, Wes Chance, Steve Gaines, David Gibbs, Wendy Wood, Heather McNally, Chris Cooley 




Beta Alpha Psi is an honor 
society composed of Junior and 
Senior accounting students. 
This honorary fraternity encour- 
ages and fosters the ideas of 
service as a basis of the account- 
ing profession. Unlike many 
other honor societies, Beta Al- 
pha Psi requires that its mem- 
bers take an active part in chap- 
ter activities. 



Black Business Professionals 



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)to by Thuan-Pa; Tan 

j)w 1: Carl Walker- Vice President, Lawanda Hampton- Secretary, Marsha Lewers- Director of Marketing, Reggie Hannah- President Row 2: Zandra 
;eman, Euronda Eichelberger, Starella Rivers, Wanda Wilson, Audra Shirley, Dr. Kathy Gilbert- Advisor, Kendralyn Crowder, Kristy Payne Row 3: 
lell Hudson, Tim Carr, Donna Jones, Monique Benjamin, Trinette Jordan, Phillip Trotter, Jackie Perteet, Kim Rucker Not Pictured: Tim Williams- 
asurer 



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The Association of Black 
Business Professionals promotes 
fellowship among black stu- 
dents in the fields of business 
and industry. The Association 
fosters a strong networking re- 
lationship between black stu- 
dents, corporations, and MSU 
professional alumni. The group 
also promotes academic 
achievement by providing 
turorial assistance and studey 
groups. 



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The Black Student Council is 
the voice of black student or- 
ganizations. It provides a uni- 
fied atmosphere to insure that 
the educational goals of the 
black student body are fulfilled 
here at Mississippi State Uni- 
versity. 



Black Student Council 




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Photo by Sonny Mai n 

Sheila Williams- Treasurer, Keeley McNeal- President, Westley Deshazer- Vice President, Lawanda Reese- Secretary Not Pictured: Bryin Boyki 
Parliamentarian 



Black Voices 




Black Voices is an organi- 
zation that is open to all people 
who are interested in singing 
contemporary gospel. Through 
singing the gospel it is hoped 
that the students will receive 
religous awareness and spiritual 
enlightment. 




Photo by Ralph SJW 
Sitting: Shannon Jackson- Secretary, Rebecca Selvie- Asst. Secretary, LaTonya Clay- President, Carroll Washington- Minister-of-Music, Freddy Edison- Director, Albertina Pass- Asst. Director, LaShan LaCll- 
Treasuret, Jeffrey Taylor- Parliamentarian Row 1: LaSaun Fotrest, Dionne Nabors, Chandra Kirksey, Annette Blanden, Kimberly Dean, Lota Glenn, Jennifer Lowe, Sonya Btyant, Apryl Barnes, Trudy Ray, l:^ 
Jackson, Jacqueline Washington Row 2: Tina Home, Gwen Reynolds, Leigh Johnson, Renita Latham, Quentin Ransburg, Marcus Mays, Carl Williams. Willie Robinson, Wesdey DeShazer, Jacqueline F et, 
Tywanda Egerson, Trayce Moore, Jeanerta Tankson, Daphne Sanders Row 3: Zandra Freeman, Bryant Stubbs, Christophet Taylot, Kurt Walker. Robby Stanley, Brian Dorsey. Alfred Perkins, Dominick sy. 
Stephanie Green. Timothy Walket, Michael T, Shelton, Angela Rieves Not Pictured: Vicky Bonds- Vice Ptesident, Lisa Johnigan, Jeffrey Jones, Johnny Redding, Jr., Michelle Watson 




332 



Blackfriars Drama Society 





MfesMpplState 

il UNIVERSITY 

The purpose of Blackfriars 
Drama Society is to stimulate 
interest and coordinate activities 
in the dramatic arts at Mis- 
sissippi State University. 



Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Kw ^V^f' H ft Be 1 U ^ Brittany BiU R ° W 2: Catherine S P £ck ' She "y Rushl "g. Brooke Rainey, Ann EWs, Georgi Dagnall Kendra Ferrell 
P^ Zrow 4 ee Shf W n , / J U T, Seed ' ^^ WatkmS ' BlUy M °° d ' JaS ° n Griffi "' Mark Draff - D — Gordon, LcyTuFen Molly B^ 

;:£:£:; LX sc ■ Chnsty Bmmfield - Treasurer ' HoUy Hunter ' james M ^ Audra ^»- Mfe g « s - 



Blue Key 





Blue Key National Honor 
Fraternity is regarded as one of 
the highest honors that a MSU 
junior or senior student can ob- 
tain. The members of Blue Key 
are chosen with regard to their 
personal excellence in leader- 
ship, character, scholarship, and 
campus activities. 



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Block and Bridle 




Row 1: Chad Stocks- Presid 
Melinda Poole- Secretary, Tii 
Bryan, Brad Capps, Chad Kelly 
Jennings Row 7: Derrek Elam 



Photo by Mike Nich 
:, Sandra Banes- Yearbook, Brad Horton- Vice President. Shane Day- Treasurer, Terry Emerson- Horse Show Chairman, Pat Larkin- Pledge Marshal, Kathy Moore- Social Chairperson Row 2: Clint Young, John Huston- Pledge Marsh 
Enlow, Michelle Smith, Mary Nell Woods, Christine LeSage Row 3: Arnie Pirtman, Woody Woodson, Holly Harper, Kim Campbell, Pat Garrett, Alison Seal, Stephanie Hall Row 4: Brady Noble, Scott Wesberry, Ai Sparkman, Ch 
, Tony Tolar Row 5: Kerry Gaines, Brad Banes, Mart Woods, John-Grady Taylor, Lucy Arroyo, Edie Ashley, Sharon Martin Row 6: Melissa Roberson, Heath Cannada, Reena KUgore, Karen Davis, Charlene Thomas, Julie Darden, J 
, Shannon O'Reilly, Bruick Larkin, Zoe May, Laura Beth Parker, Paul Nations, Danny Leach Row 8: Nathan Brown, Shay Bailey, LeAnne Long, David Mancill, M E. Boyd, Robert TrusseU- Alumni, Christy L Byrd 




The Block and Bridle Club is an organization that is dedicated to promotir 
all phases of agriculture. It is open to all majors. The club sponsors events sue 
as: the LiT International Livestock Show, an AQHA Horse Show, annual picnic 
dances, barbeques and an annual Spring Banquet. 



Bulldog Battery 





The Bulldog Battery is the 
Army ROTC organization that 
fires a ceremonial 75 mm How- 
itzer at special events. These 
events include the Patriotic 
show at halftime during Home- 
coming and Army ROTC Re- 
treats. Special classes are given 
to heighten artillery awareness. 



Photo by Kim Palmer 

Row 1: Christy Cochran, MSG Gary D. Davidson, Bruce Smith, Floyd Crocker, Andrew Allen, Mark Allen, Ron Upton Row 2: Brian Bennett, Christopher 
Lange, Dyanira Burton, Matt Gill 



Bulldog Hostesses 




ubmitted 

low 1: Gwen Reynolds- Judical Chairperson, Connie Shannon, Bridgette McCorvey, Kim Wright, Lori Lantz, Polly Luter, Melissa West, Shannon Holly Row 2: Lisa White, Tish Makamson, Shannon 
-odman, Jackie Lowe, Stacie Miles, Anna Minor, Rebecca Reed, Stephanie Thomas, Sherry Meyers, Soma Drake Row 3: Yulanda Starling, Shanatel Fields, Jeanetta Tankson, Kelli SeweU, Kathryn Poe, Aimee 
-alais, Jennifer Sweitzer, Becky Coltnn, Camille Scales, Jacki Young, Emily Lindsey, Sherrodd Dalrymple Row 5: Erna Rhodman- President, Patri Armstrong- Graduate Assistant, Kanlynn Elliot- Vice 
resident Not Pictured: Rebecca Wood, Jennifer Lowe, Samantha Patterson 




The Bulldog Hostesses is a 
service organization at MSU. 
The students recruit athletes 
from the MSU athletic depart- 
ment. 



Campus Activities Board 




Photo by Mike Bedgoc 

Division Heads: Row 1: Anna Minor- Short Courses, Lynn Henderson- Special Events, Dustin Smith- Student Director, Clare Kaplan- Public Relation 
Row 2: Christopher Boyd- Recreation, Aaron Barnett- Film/Video, Kevin Archer- Lectern, Brian Gordon- Entertainment, Thaddeus B. Fonck- PubL 
Relations Not Pictured: Beverly Reese- Travel, Claus Grassel- Fashion Board 



CAB Executive Council 




Chris Williams- Assistant Programming Specialist, Kim Maddox- Program Director, Dustin Smith- Student Director 




f Film and Video 



Row 1: Leah Langley, Suzanne Clark, Carrie Russell, 
Laurie Leder, Jennipher Carr Row 2: Nikki Huggins, 
Amy Rhines, Marrion Mills, Haley Darnell Row 3: Alex 
Greer, Heath Bush, Jason Gray, Matt Yarborough Row 
4: Aaron Barnett- Division Head, Andrew Reese Not 
Pictured: Angie Clark, Kevin Hopkins, LeAnne Mc- 
Gahey, Brent Sheppard, Wendy Staton, Tonya Wells 



Lectern 



Row 1: Guy Bowering, Sandra Lawty, Nichell Webber, 
Rob Ivy Row 2: Penny Leech, Stevan Black, Kevin 
Archer, Wade Overstreet, Betsy Breazeale, Claire Jacobs 
Row 3: Jessica DeGroote, Simone Tullos, Susanne Allen, 
Daniel Butler, Ryan Van Buren, Steven Browning 



Public Relations 

Row 1: Clare Kaplan- Division Head, Brittany Bill, 
Brooke Vance, Jennifer Hoff, Karie Craven, Toshi Sethi, 
Thaddeus B. Fonck- Division Head Row 2: Jennifer 
Keene, Jill Turner, Cory Knight, Ginger Blacklidge, Erin 
Remerow, Julie Fulcher Row 3: Courtney Respess, Jill 
Turner, Dees Smith-Vaniz, Jennifer Felder, Tammi Mat- 
tel, Jennifer Inmon Row 5: Charlie Douglas, Shannon 
Goldsworthy, Jason Thomas, Russell Connelly, Arnold 
Luciano, Scott Tanksley 



Entertainment 

Row 1: Kerri Callaway, Elizabeth Penny, Tina Houston, 
Dana Franke, Cynthia Goza, Rhodesia Myles, Shayne 
Easterling, Shawna Bennett, Polly Thomason Row 2: Ben 
Patin, Brian Gordon- Division Head, Chuck Hodum, 
Dwight McComb, Crystal Medders, Shelli Reid, Andrea 
Hatings, Michelle Fancher, Cary Watkins, Morrise John- 
son, Chase Wilkinson Not Pictured: Whit Hollomon, 
Melinda Poole, Heather White, Apryl Tabor Not Pic- 
tured: Whit Hollomon, Melinda Poole, Heather White, 
Apryl Tabor 




Recreation 



Short Courses 







Photo by Mike Nichols 

Row 1: Kathy Kemp, Lisa Henley, Krissy Pazian, Lecrisha Nail, Laura Nicholas, Michel 
Crane, Latasha Wilson Row 2: Christopher Boyd- Division Head, Trace Scrivner, Chris- 
topher Basic, Stuart Phillips, Kevin Kuhns, Todd Rowell, Will Walker, Greg Kendrick Not 
Pictured: Brian Helton, Jeffrye Bjornson 




Photo by Sonny Mather 

Row 1: Kristina May, Leticia Causey, Kristen Lipscomb, Sheri Stewart Row 2: Christ 
Sanders, Stacie Miles, Stacy Burgess, Anna Minor, Leslie Collins, Stephanie Stucky Row :, 
Hank Howell, Tracy Martin, Karla Mclnnis, Rachael Benton, Martha Ewing, Rent 
Mitchell, Becky Redding, Christine Cuicchi, Edward Copeland, Teresa Gladney 



Special Events 



Travel 




Photo by Mike Nichols 
Row 1: Ginny Dees, Janet L. Branch, Tiffany Mae Melton, Cam Flowers, Amy Dobbs, 
Kristin Smith Row 2: Bela Nagy, Russ Rinehart, Paul Shook, Christy Smith, Stephanie 
Craft, Lynn Henderson- Division Head Row 3: Jeff Hart, Sakia Grassel, Chuck Baket, 
Monica Belvin, Melanie Stodard, Brandi Ferguson, Nicole Smith 



Photo by Mikel |0« 

Row 1: Heather Ray, Jenny Burger, Angel Moore, Allison Hamff, Beverly Reese, Susan Ion 
Stephanie Jones, Mary Hill Randall Row 2: Shelley Kenney, Jennifer Winstead, Galaghejeff 
Clay Marble, John Walker, Joel Easley, William Mays Not Pictured: Jennie Randle, thj 
Ritter, Sherry Dye, Cris Bryan, Erik Lavalle, Kathleen Richardson, Heather Watson, arj 
Morrison, Scott Sinn, Tanya Morgan, Lanay Mixon, Michelle Hardy 



Cardinal Key 



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Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Row 1: Beth Clayton, Vickie Smith, Michelle Newsom- Treasurer, Claire Jacobs- Secretary, Cameron Meeks- Vice President, Jennifer Hawks- President, 
Crystel Eatman, Amy Brown Row 2: Amy Sampson, Susan Scruggs, Kristin Phillips, Candee Mosley, Lou Ann Hood, Krisin Flautt, Allison East, Rebecca 
Dollar, Rebecca Burger, Shannon Rodman 




Cardinal Key National Hon- 
or Society is an organization for 
students of at least junior status 
in American colleges and uni- 
versities who are leaders in the 
college community and who are 
deemed potential leaders in the 
future. The society aims to hon- 
or these, inspire leadership in 
others, and utilize leadership ca- 
pabilities in an active program 
of service. The purposes of Car- 
dinal Key are to recognize 
achievement in scholarship and 
extacurricular activities; to ad- 
vance personal growth, patriot- 
ism, and service; and to develop 
worthy character by application 
of the cardinal values of living. 



Catholic Student Association 




Photo by Ralph Shearer 

Row 1: Jeanine Mott, Christy Cranson, David Burt, Bridget McPherson, Matt Burt, Ginny Cochran, Chuck Donlin Row 2: Ara Vuncannon, Kyle Gordon, 
David Wedding, Jodi, Adrienne Brady, Kim Couch, Michelle Craft, Cecilia Gartman, Jane Bell Row 3: Mark McDaniel, Cathy Dunning, Terry Boehme, 
lanet Downey, Mark Thompson, Alan Hotard, Lora Nelson, Tanya Mire, Cathy Crowe Row 4: J. Donnaway, Robin Zich, Bubba Mahne, Michael Higgins, 
Dave Marine Row 5: Tony Boudreaux, Paul Morgan, Steve Owens 




The Catholic Student Associa- 
tion has dinner and programs every 
Tuesday night. On Sundays the or- 
ganization meets at their local 
church. To become a member you 
can just come and participate, or if 
you are catholic you are a member. 
This organization offers service op- 
portunity and are currently working 
for the Sally K. Winters Memorial 
Children Home which helps chil- 
dren from abused families. The 
CSA worked with Habitat for Hu- 
manity last year and are currently 
working with them. There are cur- 
rendy about sixty active members 
that meet of about 1300 catholics 
on campus. 




Cheerleaders 



The cheerleaders are the spir- 
it leaders of all MSU athletic 
events and pep rallies. They en- 
courage the student body to get 
involved in the events. The 
squad consists of five males, five 
females, mike man, and a bull- 
dog mascot. 




Circle K International is the 
world's largest collegiate organ- 
ization dedicated to service and 
leadership development. CKI, 
founded in 1933 as a fraternity at 
Washington State College, is now 
a world-wide co-ed organization 
through which srudents find a 
means of responsible student ac- 
tion in the community and a 
more active involvement on cam- 
pus. MSU CKI participates in 
various projects which include 
visiting with Starkville Manor 
nursing home residents, raising 
funds for Thanksgiving dinners 
for needy families, and other ser- 
vice-oriented activities. CKI is 
the total college experience! 




Photo by Mike Bedgooc 

Row 1: Billy Pope, Doug Hammond, Kelley Dowdy, Milicent Kuhn, Missy Minson, Jennifer Knipper, Rina Roberson, Mary Carolyn Ikerd, Rhonda 
Wallace, Terri Riels, Melissa Dunaway, Terry Fisher Row 2: Deanne Mason, Britt Tolar, Avery Edmonson, Heath Gibson, Deeg Snyder, Chris Miciello 
Jeremy Kilpatrick, Kelly Jones, Jimmy Redus, Eric Huggins, Curtis Pitts Bully: David Longstreet 



Circle K International 




Photo by Sonny Mather 

Row 1: Eric Combs- Lieutenant Governor, Monique Benjamin- Projects/Programs Chairperson, Andrea Evans, Linda Mak- Treasurer, Mandy Nichols- 
President, Kevin Lewis- Vice President, Thao Mai- Secretary, Kim Riles Row 2: Zena Riles- Publicity Chairperson, Tiffany McDuff, Sheletha Brook; 
Demetress Lovett, Carolyn Hodge, Teenena Williams, Brenda Williams, Wanda Wilson, Valara Sample, Melinda Williams, Ann Chappell Row 3: Tir 
Royer, Joey Hayles- Fundraising Chairperson, Brian Ragazzi, Chris Campolmi- Assistant Secretary, Dave Webb, Tom Meier, Darrell Smock 



College Republicans 




Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Row 1: Shannon Goldsworthy- Secretary, Bess Combs- Publicity Chairperson, Leigh Coleman- Membership Chairperson, Amy Barber- Social Chairperson, 
Melissa Brown- Treasurer Row 2: Barry Johnson- Activities Chairman, Steve Pigott- Past Chairman, Galagher Jeff- Chairman, Chris Lamb- Executive 
Director, Cary Watkins- Vice Chairman Not Pictured: Alison Abril- Director of Activities 



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The College Republicans are 
a diverse group of students uni- 
fied together for the cause of the 
National Republican Party. The 
College Republicans are the col- 
legiate link to the national par- 
ty. They help bring Republican 
speakers to the campus and also 
aid in elections. 



Dairy Science Club 





The Dairy Science Club is an 
organization that promotes the 
interaction between interested 
students and the dairy industry. 
The club is a place for lead- 
ership, fellowship, and team- 
work. Membership has led to 
recomendations to future em- 
ployers and honorary organiza- 
tions. Through the club, stu- 
dents can participate in the 
American Dairy Science Asso- 
ciation which can lead to other 
opportunities to go to the re- 
gional and national meeting of 
the ADSA. 



"hoto by Mike Nichols 

tow 1: Janet Genusa, Lori Cotton, Tawee Keawkhong Row 2: Dr. John Fugay, Dennis Clark- 
■eymour, Patrick Poindexter 



President, Phillip Perry- Secretary/ Treasurer, Rodney 



Diamond Girls 




Photo by Ralph Sh r 

Row 1: Leticia Causey, Wendy Hurd, Adrienne Stewart, Candee Mosley, Piper Dawson, Aimee Goralczyk, Genna Broussard, Mary Carolyn Ikerd, Julie Jackson, Michele Moore Row 2: Laura Moore, K I 
Parent, Molly Payne, Jennifer Rogers, Cyndi Howard- Captain, Tara Barr, Angel Whatley, Camille Williams- Co Captain, Allison Coke, Stacy Bail 



The Diamond Girls are chosen to assist the MSU baseball team. The girls act; 
hostesses, recruiters, batgirls, and ground crew. The Diamond Girls promote gc 1 
relations between the baseball team, students, alumni, and the fans. 




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Elder Statesmen 




by Sonny Matthews 

: Row:Buddy McRae, Jeffrey Minton, Bryan D. Leatherman, Kurt L. Krausse, Johnny Corbin, John Rush, Kevin Couch, Burke Hendrix, GaJagher Jeff, 
Hughey, Kevin Green, John D. Dumas, Justin Robbins Second Row: Cooper Cailaway, Willie Abraham, Rob Laher, Jared Blalock, John Stratton, Jim 
ony, Jim Gordon, Scott Guest, Gray Bennett, Jeremy Grafton, Jim Brown, Hal Clark, Jay Murphy, Blair Morgan 




Elder Statesman is an hon- 
orary organization. The upper- 
classmen students are invited to 
participate in this organization 
based on their outstanding lead- 
ership abilities and service to 
MSU. 



Fashion Focus 





Fashion Focus is an organ- 
ization of college men and 
women who seek to promote 
fashion awareness through a va- 
riety of programs and activities. 
Guest speakers present topics of 
interest to students, such as vi- 
sual merchandising, designing, 
buying, and clothing practices 
from other countries. 

During 1992-93, some Fash- 
ion Focus members worked at 
the Atlanta Apparel Man in At- 
lanta, Georgia and traveled 
abroad to Italy for a study tour. 



Dana Cupit- Secretary, Michael Hoots- President, Kellie Byrd- Vice President, Jennifer Gilley- Second Vice President, Kristi Frey- Treasurer 



Engineering Student Council 




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Row 1: Troy Srurdivant, Jeff Cook- President, Stephanie McKnight, Sarah Mooney Row 2:Suzanna Farrell, Jennifer Yu, Chad Howell, Lori Parkman, Lee Yee Yap, Carva Latino, 
Jordan Row 3: Robert Dowsing, Robby Miller, Jimmy Smith, Carol Breland, Denise Peterson, Sharon Broome, Sally Wong, Lisa Robinson Row 4: Jason Pyatt, Lance Richards, 
Lopez, Eric Sculthorpe, Mike Draper Row 5: Fred Tyner, Mike Nosser, David Schmidt, Lee Greer, Jonathan Hughes, Uoyd Reaves 



Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Brant McGill, Crystal 
Van Wurm, Candidc 



Mississippi State University 




The Engineering Student Council has been established since 1972. Our mair 
objectives are to (1) encourage cooperation among engineering students, (2) aci 
as a liasion between the students and faculty (3)to promote professiona 
awareness and growth. The ESC acheives these goals through a variety 01 
activities such as the New Technology Expo, Engineer's Week, and otheil 
services for the engineering schools as a whole. 



Foreign Language Clubs 




'hoto by Sonny Mathews 

low 1: Tina Poindexter- French Pres. , Dr. Jack Jordan, Carol Meeks, Steve Wampler Row 2: Aunee Lee, Jennifer Riley- Spanish Vice Pres., Andrea Lane- German Pres., Partie Teague- Spanish Pres., Beth 
iarnson, Phillip Zinke- German Vice Pres. Row 3: Jennifer Bailey, Sonia Kopyto, Lyn Palmer, Dr. Pauline Pearson -Stamps- French Advisor, Kimberly Keys, Virginia Bianey- German Advisor Row 4: Sean 
.estrade, Patricia Lestrade- Spanish Advisor, Helen Sharp- Spanish Advisor Row 5: Erin Lestrade, Kathy Butler, Dr Ben Bianey, Eric Culpepper Row 6: Dr J, Patrick Lestrade, Kent Lewis 




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A student at Mississippi 
State may be a member of one 
or more foreign language clubs: 
French, German, Japanese, 
Russian or Spanish. The pur- 
pose of these clubs is to use the 
foreign language in an informal 
setting and to promote the ap- 
preciation of the cultures where 
the various languages are spo- 
ken. 



MSU Forestry Club 




'hoto by Sonny Mathews 

tow 1: Becky Ray, Steve Burlow, Brent Powell, Terry Latham, Tom Christopher, Tonya Cooner Row 2: Gina Streit, Phillip Roland, Mark Dale, Clay 
"nomas, Chris Tillotson Row 3: Dr. Bob Karr, Greg Freeman,, Larry Aycock, Jonathan Lowery, Heath Eckert, Jim Barnes, Mark Moore, Don Hodges- 
idvisor, Al Alexander, Jim Thomas 




The purpose of the Missis- 
sippi State Forestry Club is to 
provide students with informa- 
tion pertaining to the School of 
Forest Resources. Throughout 
the club its leaders hope to pro- 
mote a sense of fellowship. The 
club attends an annual conclave. 
The conclave is a technical and 
physical competition between 
the thirteen southern forestry 
schools. 




The Collegiate Future Farm- 
ers of America is a club ded- 
icated to promoting agriculture. 
The club is open to all majors 
although it is mostly comprised 
of Agricultural, Extension Ed- 
ucation, and Agricommunica- 
tion majors. The FFA achieves 
its goals through fund raising, 
leadership conferences, and 
committee work. 




The Gamma Beta Phi So- 
ciety is an honorary organization 
that provides an atmosphere of 
high ideals and worthy char- 
acter to those of high academic 
standing. Entrance into this so- 
ciety is limited to 20 percent of 
the student body according to 
their quality point average. The 
students must remain in the top 
30 percent and be actively in- 
volved in the society to be a 
member. The organization is in- 
volved in service projects to im- 
prove upon education. 



Future Farmers of America 




Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Row 1: Todd Collins- Sentinel, Mary L. Jones- Treasurer, Jeff McKinney- Secretai_ Rusty Rudand- President, Bill Tomlin- Vice President, Elaine Broome- j 
Reporter, Steve Cantrell- Student Advisor Row 2: Dr. Jacquelyn Deeds- Advisor, Lee Smith, John-Grady Taylor, Bart Bevill, Shawn Oliver, Jasper S. Lee 



Gamma Beta Phi Society 




Photo by Ron Allen 



Holmes Peer Counselors 





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The Peer Counselors of the 
Holmes Center for Cultural Di- 
versity are upperclassmen who 
advise incoming freshmen. The 
counselors help to insure a 
smooth transition from high 
school to college. Counselors re- 
fer students to other resources 
on campus including the coun- 
seling center and the learning 
center. The Peer Counselors also 
act as big brothers and sisters to 
their counselees. Many student 
build personal relationships 
with their counselors. 



by Sonny Mathews 

i Williams, Brenda Golden, Eric Garner, Tonya Boga, Toby Richardson, Edward Evans, Robert Hamer, Bonita Fields, Nina Perkins, Cassandra Mitchell, 
lell Webber, Donald Howard- Advisor 



Horticulture Club 





The Mississippi State University 
Horticulture Club is an organiza- 
tion comprised of about 25 mem- 
bers who are majoring in some form 
of horticulture and others who are 
interested in plant materials and 
their growth. These students spend 
their school year attending meet- 
ings relating to their major and 
raising money for Southern Region 
and National Conventions by fund 
raisers such as a Fall perennial sale, 
the annual Homecoming corsage 
sale, Spring bedding plant sale and 
a variety of other projects. Local 
activities involve the Adopt-A- 
Highway program and the Oktib- 
beha County Hospital Beautifica- 
tion Committee. 



by Sonny Mathews 

' 1: Laura Tate, Lori 
> Tate, Fred Bachner, 



Carricy, Julia Ruggles, Brenda Grady, Julia Lamb- President, Christina Knox, April Smith Row 2: Karl Gercens, Johnathon Carr, 
Nathan Knox, Wendell Miller- Greenhouse Manager, Garry Thompson Row 3: Lester Estes- Advisor, Reed Walters 




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IEEE 




The Institute of Electrical and 
Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 
was founded 1884 with Alex- 
ander Graham Bell and Thomas 
Edison among its charter mem- 
bers. From that early beginning, 
IEEE has grown and evolved 
until today it has over 300,000 
members around the globe 
making it the largest technical 
professional engineering society 
in the world. 




Membership in the Institute 
of Industrial Engineers gives 
you the opportunity to practice 
leadership skills. It shows you 
are well-rounded, a go-getter, 
and committed to your career 
choice. HE Membership also 
provides you with information, 
educational opportunities, and 
the chance to meet and talk 
with practicing industrial engi- 
neers in a wide variety of in- 
dustries and areas of practice. 



P <Vo A 




Photo by Mike Nils 

Row 1: Jeff Skinner- Vice Chair, Ganesh Narayanaswamy, Jennifer Qing Yu, David Stuart, Paul Jones Jr., Shane Crowe, Ahmad Haque- Treasurer, "ill 
Curlin- Chairman Row 2: Brian Evans- Secretary, Julious D. Whitworth, Kevin Heering, S. Lee Goudelock, Dallas Ledlow, David Temple, Keith F. Con;| 
Pat Donohoe- Faculty Advisor, Nicolas Younan 



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Phoro by Ralph Sh ; i 
Row l:Denise Peterson- Secretary, Rodney Rogers- Treasurer, Tina Juliana- Chapter Development Chairman, Ellen O'Neal- President Row 2: Mike Te!, 
Margaret Gibson, Telesha Sherman, Ken Smith, Veronica Skinner, Karen Hewlette, Bobby Jenkins, Azlan Adnan Row 3: John Rogers, Erik LaValle, Sj P 
McCormick, Lamar Blalock, Daniel Page, Anthony Sloan, Larry Brown Not pictured: Lance Monroe- Vice President 



International Students 




by Kun Palmer 

I 1: Ahmad Al-Muhmoud- Vice President, Alex Foo- Treasurer, Lakshmi G. Kothaneth, Sidney Williams, Jr.- President, Zamir Hussain, Rukhsana Asghar 
r 2: Magdelis ViLlarroel, Roberto Puon, Baxter Upimdi, Hamis H. Mtwaenzi, Wilson B. Sikhondze, Khalid Faroov Row 3: Grace Bolfrey, Issa Djire, Soo- 
g Lim, Ming Wang, Mingang Xu, Fun-Ya Loo, Xiaodong Zhao Row 4: Rose- Anne Mohammed, J. Wieh Wilson, Godfrey Paul Chingoma, Obadiah M. 
:, Dorgelis Villarroel, Zhengyi Zhou, Qadir Baloch Row 5: Geza Angela Gely, Tzu-hua Lin, Gituro Wainaina, Atipparut Garnjanasoowlin, Haiquan Zhu 




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The International Students 
provide Mississippi State Uni- 
versity and the community of 
Starkville with diversity. The 
club hopes to heighten one's 
awareness of the international 
students and faculty at MSU. 
They provide an opportunity for 
the rest of the community to 
experience their diverse back- 
grounds. 



Kappa Delta Pi 





The honorary society of Kap- 
pa Delta Pi is for graduate and 
undergraduate students who 
meet the qualifications estab- 
lished by the national consti- 
tution of Kappa Delta Pi. The 
organization promotes human- 
ity and a search for truth to 
serve society. 



by Sonny Mathews 

' 1: Bruff Sanders- Treasurer, Honey Jones- President, Dr. Vince McGrath- Co-Counselor Row 2: Robin Ramsey- Secretary, Dr. Lucinda Rose- Counselor, 
i Stewart- Vice President Not Pictured: Kim Krankey- Historian 




IRHC Executive Council 



The Inter-Residence Hall 
Council, which was formed in 
1964, is MSU's second largest 
student organization. The main 
purpose of the IRHC is to pro- 
vide services for the residence 
hall students. The IRHC co- 
ordinates hall council funtions 
and acts as a voice for the res- 
idents to administration. Any- 
one currently living in a res- 
idence hall is a member and is 
entided to all services and rights 
of the IRHC. 




Photo by Sonny Mathew 

Ed Grandpre'- Advisor, Mechelle Green- Treasurer, Leslie McAuley- Public Relations, Julie Ingram- National Communications Coordinator (NCC), Rachae! 
Benton- President, Holly Parris- Student Activities Coordinator, Randolph Burnside- Vice President 




The IRHC President's Coun- 
cil consists of the elected pres- 
idents of each residence hall and 
serves as the legislative body of 
the IRHC. 



IRHC President's Council 




Row 1: Brenda Devaud, Bernice Stewart, Courtney April Smith, Khristi Wickersham, 
Wicker, Bryan Nesbit, Andrew Worgo IV, Dewayne Warren 



Holli Miles Row 2: Dale J. Thompson, Johnny 




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Lambda Sigma 





Lambda Sigma is an hon- 
orary society open to soph- 
omore students of Mississip- 
pi State University with a 
QPA of at least a 3.0 or 
higher and be in the top 35 
percent of their freshman 
class. It promotes leader- 
ship, fellowship, and scho- 
lastic performance. Lambda 
Sigma is involved in various 
service projects to benefit 
the university and commu- 
nity. 



?hoto by Sonny Mathews 

Terri Tabor- Reporter, Brad Rigby- Treasurer, Lacey Smith- Secretary, Rob Reynolds- Vice President, Chuck Frye- President, Susan Ammon- Advisor 



M-Club 




^hoto by Sonny Mathews 

Nancy Goodall, April Ecke, Benny Goza, Byron McCall, Tonia Williams, Donna S. Brown, Anita Harrington, Tammy Newlon, Mike White, Trey Newlon- 
Wce President, Mike White- President, Trey Hamby- Sergeant-at-Arms, Amy Penrose- Secretary, Randall Taylor- Treasurer, Matt Reese, Cathy Clark, Tara 
3arr, Melissa Rice, Nicolle Carter, Dawn Hollar, Curt Clanton, Juan Long, Lavell Everett, Michael Montgomery, Ann Sanders, Derek Derryhill, David 
^Jesbit, Edward Williams, Daniel Boyd, Joel Kennedy, Jason Streetman, Ricky Smith, Cathy Henderson, Tiffany Schneider, Todd Jordan, Amy Gray, 
Tommy Morrell 




The M-Club is a club to pro- 
mote a fellowship with the ath- 
letes of MSU. The club is a 
liason between the administra- 
tion and the athletes. The M- 
Club is a club that insures good 
sportsmanship and is followed 
within the athletic department. 
The club sponsors an annual 
"M" Club Weekend banquet 
each spring to promote its ideals 
to its members, alumni, and 
friends. 




The MSU affiliate of the 
Mississippi Association of Chil- 
dren Under Six is for all persons 
concerned about the care and 
education of young children. 
MSU MACUS encourages the 
development of the teacher ed- 
ucation student as a professional 
worker with young children. 




Mississippi State Communi- 
cators gives you an opportunity 
to learn more about the com- 
munication field and allows you 
to meet professionals who can 
give you great tips on how to be 
a successful public relations di- 
rector, journalist, broadcaster, 
etc. MISSCOM will help you 
become better prepared for the 
job market. 



MACUS 




Photo by Sonny Mathewj 

Row 1: Esther Howard- Faculty Advisor, Maria White- Service Chairman, Michele Kenny- Membership Chairman, Amy Barber- Social Chairman, Leigl 
Coleman- Social Chairman, Alicia Kennedy, Deborah A. Hughes- Vice President Row 2: Leigh Ann Woodall, Ann Chappell, Stephanie Phillips, Lou Allan- 
Publicity Chairman, Melinda Sneed, Jennifer Morgan, Rena Booker Row 3: Stephanie Castelli, Tery Larabee, Heather Kelly, Theresa Otto, Sandra Channell 
Brigitte Bethany, Kathy Collier 



MISSCOM 




Photo by Kim Pain > 

Row 1: Claire Jacobs, Suzie Griffin, Lisa Heavener, Sally Hunt, Kristin Haynes, Alison Banks Row 2: Alison Simmons, Julie Bullock, Jennifer Felder, Ke 
Ray, Kendra Banks, Lori Ann Meyers Row 3: Jason Cother, Brian Hawkins, Pam Moorino, Sherry McDonald, Melinda Martello, Dees Smith-Vaniz, Bru 
Puckett 



MSU Matchmates 




Submitted 

Row 1: Julia Lamb, Tonya Wells, Shannon Williams, J. T. Galloway, Jen Wilson, Connie McCarva, LeAnne McGahey Row 2: Meg Hargrove, Sandy Scholl, Grace Lort, Amy Braswell, Amanda Ray, 

Kristie Easom, Andrea Hastings, Ruthie Drake, Jane Clayton, Holly Hammett Not Pictured: Dana Franke, Billie Jo White 



The Mississippi State University Matchmates was organized in 1980. De- 
signed to promote the MSU tennis program, Matchmates was one of the first 
organizations of its kind among the Souteastern Conference member institutions. 

The Matchmates have various duties which include scoring home matches, 
assisting players during the matches, working with the tennis boosters, working 
the concession stand, and publicizing the tennis team. Also, each matchmate is 
assigned a racquet buddy. A racquet buddy is a tennis player for whom the 
matchmate does something special. 

Each new member of Matchmates is chosen by the Matchmate's advisor, a 
team representative, and the President of Matchmates. Each member is chosen 
based on their congeniality, appearance, and abilities. 





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The MSU education majors 
met in November, 1992 to or- 
ganize the Mississippi Profes- 
sional Educators (MPE) Student 
Association. The Association 
believes that students should be 
the primary focus of education 
and educators. Teaching is a 
profession and its goals are best 
achieved through planning and 
communication. The goal of 
MPE is to make the Mississippi 
educational system better for 
students and educators. 




Mortar Board is a service or- 
ganization that contributes to 
the community and college. 
Members of this organization 
must be at least juniors within 
the upper 35 percent of their 
class, and members must show 
leadership qualities. Mortar 
Board encourages leadership, 
scholarship, and service to the 
community. 



Miss. Professional Educators 




Photo by Mark k 

Row 1: Deborah Hughes- President, Lisa Spencer- President, Karen Watkins, Katie Strickland, Reba Ramsey, Julie Noble, Jennifer Morgan, Stephar 
Webb Row 2: Carol Rowe, Julie Pair- Treasurer, Selena Jolley- Vice President, Alicia Kennedy, Jana Roby, Janet Chism, Angela Prater Row 4: Dr. Sus 
Franks, Shelly Evetts, Erna Rhodman, Sonya Vassar Row 3: Meka Marion, Melinda Sneed- Publicity, Kameron Whatley, Debbie Potter, Lynn Jones, Lo 
Pruitt, Sharon Merritt- Historian, Janice Williams- Secretary, Leigh Barnett, Robyn Anthony, Tina Mayhall, Susan Chism, Mossy Seawright 



Mortar Board 




Photo by Ralph Sh I 
Row 1: Jeremy Grafton- Historian, Lynn Jones- Secretary, Chad Holley- Vice President, Lisa Morici- President, John David Wicker- Treasurer, Bryan . 
Leatherman- Elections Chairman Row 2: Candee Mosley, Lainie Tubertini, Denton Farr, Dorsey Carson, Amy Marquez, Cathy Goforth, Sydndey Srallir , 
Kevin Green, Aimee Calais, Raymond Orgler Row 3: Billy Kirkparrick, Candido Lopez, Denise McDonald, Shawn Oliver, Leslie Zacharias, Steve Pig . 
Brad Dye, John Jenkins, Kevin Holland 



Music Maker Productions 




Photo by Mark May 

Row 1: Bruce Vandevender- Advisor, Byron Rynes, Shannon Millican- Artist Relations Chair Row 2: Anne Davis, Yancy Butler, Allison Hart, Tonya Cooner Row 3: Angie Justice, Jenny Burger, 
Shelley Tonkel, Shelley Kenney, Meegan Taylor- Publicity Chair Row 4: Michael Bloesch- Assistant Student Director, Allen Foreman- Ticket Chair, Sammy Wallace- Student Director, Russ Carothers, 
Niki Dorizas 



Music Maker Productions was originally formed as the Student Association 
Social Committee. Although still a part of the SA, the name was changed in 
1977 to create a more professional image. Today the name, Music Maker 
Productions, speaks for itself throughout the concert industry. Music Makers 
has the reputation of being one of the most professional student organized 
concert committees among universities nationwide. 




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NAIT 




The National Association of 
Industrial Technology is a stu- 
dent support group fot indus- 
trial technology. It enables the 
student to share a clear under- 
standing of what industrial 
technology is. The association 
provides its members with in- 
formation and tools to learn 
what industrial technology will 
be in the future. 




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The National Society of Black 
Engineers is the largest profes- 
sional student-run organizations 
in the nation. It is dedicated to 
the recruitment, retention and 
successful graduation of black and 
other underrepresented enthnic 
groups in the technical sciences 
and engineering. Nonetheless, 
NSBE is a culturally diverse or- 
ganization which focuses on ac- 
ademic excellence, pursuit of ad- 
vanced degrees, and professional 
and leadership development. All 
classifications and technical ma- 
jors are eligible for membership. 
There are presently seventy mem- 
bers at MSU. 




Photo by Sonny Mathe 
Row 1: Mike Hayden- Sponsor, Craig Cook- Secretary, Richie Passmore, Jake Spears, Melanie Lucus, Ara Vuncannon, Ed South, Thorn Johnson- Presider 
Tim Chase, Chip Bailey- Faculty Advisor Row 2: James Allen, Ed Fletcher, Al Waltman, Charless Story, Jeff Knight, Cam Proctor, Ronnie Betts, Jeff Finer 
Treasurer, Thomas Langford Row 3: Tim Cole, Garvin Deshler, Mala Torrence, David VanPelt, Mark Welch, Nathan Vanderford, Shawn Williams Row 
Joey Hall, Darrell Mitchell, Carlton Sledge Not Pictured: Kelvin Doss, Shane McCullough, Ambro Martin, Jimmy Brewer- Vice President, Eric Huggi 



Nat. Soc. of Black Engineers 




Photo by Kim Pair 

Row 1: Terrence Griffin- President Row 2: Varrian Hall- Vice President, Elmetra Givens- Academic Chairperson, Sherice McElroy- PCI Chairpen , 
Katina Reece, Teresa Houston, Vernell McDonald Row 3: Allan Kennedy, Ludwig Goon - Parliamentarian, Eldric Jefferson, Angela Wright 







Omega Chi Epsilon 




Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Row 1: Leslie Allen, Mary Caraway, Rodney King, Todd Hoff, Chad Howell Row 2: Randy Swindle, Stuart Everett, Van Wurm, Anthony Robinson 



Omicron Delta Kappa 





Omega Chi 
tional chemical 
ciety. Its mem 
the top twenty 
Senior students 
ceptional skills 
gineering. 



Epsilon is a na- 
engineeting so- 
bers are among 
-five Junior and 
who display ex- 
in chemical en- 




Omicron Delta Kappa is a 
leadership honorary society that 
is open to outstanding Juniors 
and Seniors. ODK encourages 
leadership, involvement in the 
community, and scholarship. 
These qualities are the basis for 
membership selection that help 
make the complete stu- 
dent/person. 



Photo by Ralph Shearer 

Row 1: Galagher Jeff- Vice President, Jeremy Grafton- Secretary /Treasurer, Amy Marquez- President, Dr. Tom Carskadon- Faculty Advisor Row 2: Kevin 
Holland, Alicia Long, Billy Kirkpatrick, Steve Pigott, Meg Montgomery, John Jenkins, Charles L. Stewart 




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Orientation Leaders 




Submitted 

Row 1: Nikki Young, Kim Ethridge, Michelle Crane, Colbey Penton, Leslie Bethea, Lainie Tubertini Row 2: Jan Laws, Evelyn Rushing, Angela Aston, Kristin Flautt, Audra Shitley, Melinda Martello 
Row 3: Jimmy Abraham, Jay Allen, Lin Ray, Mike Pepper, Robert Byrd, Greg Johnston, Rob Laher, John Rush 



Orientation leaders are chosen each year to guide and advise the incoming 
freshmen during an orientation in the summer. Orientation is offered three times 
over the course of the summer. Leaders are chosen based on their involvement at 
MSU, their leadership abilities, and their warm personalities during and 
interview process. The students must be willing to stay at MSU during the 
summer to prepare for the freshmen. 




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MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY 



PCF/Quest 




loto by Jiann Su 

.ow 1: Brian Young, Heidi R. Milner, Robert McWilliams, Susie Atkinson, David Jensen, Carole McWilliams, Andrew Allen Row 2: Lee Coggin, Abdel 

larzook, Melissa Knight, Mark Allen, Stacy Gosset 



PGM Club 




hoto by Mike Nichols 

-ow I: Bruce Rainwater- President, Tom Hammond- Social Chairman, Jennifer Brown- Scoreboard Chairman, Tim O'Connor- Tournament Director, Jeffrey Knowlton- Secretary /Treasurer Row 2: Joshua 
ontag, Spencer Chaplin, Joe Assell, Joe Kruse, Robert Foxworth, Brian Nelson, Adam Smith, Casey Mackey Row 3: Chad Cockerham, Virgil Herring, Eric Felty, Duncan Millar, Emmit Smith, Thomasa 
dinger, Damon Smith Row 4: Tom Koenig, Todd Lawrence, Scott Michels, Doug Oubre, Andy Schweitzer Row 5: Scott Maynard- Advisor, Monte Walder, Chris Dyer, Gard Gardner, Clay Frick, Jason 
Pdliams, Jamey Bible, Roert Engler Row 6: Tom Williams, Scott Burroughs, Frank Davis, Brandon Young Row 7: Matt Heitmueller, Tate Zyroll, John Shoemaker, Darrell Smock, David Windsor, Wayne 
ciscio, Michael Hill, Mike McDonald, Chad Parker 





In addition to Presbyterian 
College Fellowship Sunday 
meetings, PCF sponsors an in- 
terdenominational group which 
meets on campus on the third 
floor of the Colvard Student 
Union for Bible study and dis- 
cussion. This group is called 
"Quest." Quest is meant to be a 
time of non-judgemental shar- 
ing of questions and ideas on 
some of the issues we find per- 
plexing not only in our Bible 
but in our world. We welcome 
different viewpoints in hopes 
that through sharing ideas we 
may come to understand our 
world and our faith better while 
building lasting friendships. 




The Professional Golf Man- 
agement Club seeks to promote 
a better relationship with fac- 
ulty and the community of 
Starkville. The club seeks to ac- 
complish this goal by hosting a 
Jr. Golf Clinic for free. The 
PGM Club also runs tourna- 
ments to raise money for social 
events. One of the PGM Clubs 
corporate sponsors is Head Golf 
Co. 




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The Pakistan Student Associ- 
ation was formed in 1984. 
Membership has grown since 
1984 and open to any MSU 
student. Members participate in 
cook-outs and picnics as well as 
a celebration of Pakistan Day on 
March 23 and of Independence 
Day for Pakistan on August 14. 
Present members also help new 
students adjust to the change in 
culture and environment. 




Phi Kappa Phi is a national 
Honor Society whose primary 
objective is the recognition and 
encouragement of superior 
scholarship in all academic dis- 
ciplines. Recognition of schol- 
arship, Phi Kappa Phi believes, 
will stimulate others to strive for 
excellence. Student and Faculty 
members of Phi Kappa Phi also 
participate in projects for the 
welfare of the community. In 
1992 Phi Kappa Phi members 
participated in a literacy pro- 
gram for adults. 



Pakistan S. A, 




Photo by Sonny Mathew 

Row 1: Maqsood Hussain, Bushra Zafar, Rukhsana Asghar, Mian Muhammad Mukhtar- President, Tayyab Jamil Ji- Vice President, Muhammad Saleem. 
Muhammad Mujahid Masood, Rana Shafiq Ahmed Row 2: Azim Khan Khattak, Mumammad Saleem Mughal, Muhammad Qasim Khan, Ilharn Uddir 
Row 3: Syed Farrukh Waseem, Syed Farhan Ahmed, Tahir Dildar, Faisal Jaffar, Shahid Ikram Butt, Muhammad Arshad Khan, Ghufran Ullah, Abdul AL 
Khan Row 4: Umer Hayat, Syed Rizwan, Shahid Iqbal, Syed Rehman Row 5: Muhammad Maqbool- Tteasurer, Muhammad Afzal, Liaqat Ali Khan 



Phi Kappa Phi 




Photo by Mike Niche 

Row 1: Lanny Bateman- Treasurer, Henry W. Nash- Immediare Past President, Charles Lowery- Secretary, Paul Jacobs- President, Dana Cupit- Sruder 
Vice President, Richard D. Kkoshel- Vice President Row 2: Micki Mullins, Janet Thompson, Beth Lovelace, Stephanie Alligood, Audra I. Moore, Lis 
Morici, Amanda Stamps, Stacy Ball, Jennifer Davis, Charity D, Scott Row 3: Martha O. Booth, Catherine R. Boyd, Shirley W. Hastings, Stephen R. Wm 
James M. Gousset, Melissa Shettlemore, Melinda Braddock, Henry H. Richardson, Bryan Baird, Shawn Oliver Row 4: Alex Waterson, Bill Allshouse, Ala 
Hotard, Cathy Dunning, Rhonda Odom Not Pictured: Jack White- Public Relations 



Phi Eta Sigma 




by Sonny Mathews 



Greg Johnston- President, David Gibbs- Treasurer, Amy Dobbs- Vice President, David Schmitt- Secretary 



hi Eta Sigma is a national honor society for Freshmen achieving academic excellence. Founded at the 
versity of Illinois on March 22, 1923, it is the oldest and largest Freshman honor society. Phi Eta Sigma 
a membership of over 400,000 and is a member of The Association of College Honor Societies, 
reshman men and women with a 3.5 or above quality point average are eligble for membership in Phi 
Sigma. The presence of Phi Eta Sigma on this campus recognizes personal scholastic accomplishment and 
tifies members as having superior academic performance. 

lembers include Alison Abril, Shaunta Adams, Thomas Agostinelli, Nicole Allensworth, Lisa Aplin, 
thew Bedwell, Brenda Bell, Brian Bennett, Tracy Benway, Sarah Blackwell, Tonya Boga, Claudia 
:ina, Melanie Bridges, Amy Brown, Molly Burns, Allison Butler, Kerri Callaway, Matthew Carte, 
liam Castle, Chfis Chaplin, Jereme Chapman, Pernille Christensen, Wei Wei Cho, James Cochran, 
ecca Coltrin, Amy Corhern, Michael Cox, Andrew Darmer, Jessica DeGroote, Brian Deutet , Jon Dickey, 
icia Dill, Mary Dilworth, Amy Dobbs, Melissa Doll, Kimberly Dong, Titan Echiburu, Eric Elwell, 
ton Fitzgerald, Rachel Flynn, Myra Fondren, Johnnie Fostet, Katie Frederick, Stephen Fteret, Mary 
ichs, Jerry Frost, Charles Frye, Lucy Fullen, Sara Garriga, David Gibbs, Joseph Gibson IV, Kyle Gordon, 
ny Goza, Brian Granger, Brian Gray, Suzanne Green, Joseph Griffin, Pamela Groce, Melanie Hale, 
a Lee Harrick, Jeff Han, Christopher Haug, Jennifer Hawks, Madrinna Hazleton, Cathy Henderson, 
liam Henson, Emily Hicks, Tiffanee Hill, Amy Holder, Brandi Holliman, Henry Howell, Daniel 
ms, Brian Jackson, Julie Jackson, Missy Jackson, Keith James, Joseph Johnson, Gregory Johnston, 
inie Jordan, Jay T. Jones, Jennifer Kehoe, Jill Kincade, Amy Kellum, Ryan Lacey, Amy Lambert, 
ick Larkin, Anthony Lawrence, Kevin Lewis, Corinne Leyden, Jeffrey Little, Elizabeth Lott, Charles 
ery, Rodney Lum, Linda Mak, Michael Mansfield, Edward Mays, Robin McCarty, Virginia McGahey, 
garet McMinn, William McReynolds, Thomas Meier, Lori Meyers, Kara Miles, Michael Miles, Amanda 
er, Christopher Miller, Shannon Millican, Manche Mitchell, Shellie Mitchell, Mike Montgomery, 
hael O'Lenick, Ronald Necessary, Jr., Franklin Newland, Clay Olson, Blake Parcham, Richard Parsons, 
;e Passons, Samantha Patterson, Jennifer Pennington, Roxanne Penton, Brian Perkins, Ashley Puckett, 
hong Poh, Dan Quinn, Dwight Reed, James Reeves, Jennifer Regal, Michael Renfro, Robyn Rever, 
ney Richardson, Mark Riddle, Bradford Rigby, William Robertson, III, Myra Robinson, Robert Rogers, 
it Ross, Krystal Rudolph, Eric Rueter, Byron Rynes, Rodrigo Samyoa, Amy Sampson, Heather Saum, 
id Schmidt, Andtew Scott, Marcus Scott, Tina Smith, Lacey Smith, Natalie Sorrels, Michael Speck, 
ida Standley, Ryan Strong, Stephanie Stucky, Amanda Sullivan, Julianna Szucs, Terri Tabor, Kristin 
mpson, Mary Tigrett, Brent Trulove, Stuart Tullis, Alena Tyre, Jennifer Upchurch, Amy Vandoren, 
ey Walker, William Walker, Stephanie Wallace, Stephanie Ware, Mark Wargo, Scott Watson, David 
^b, Christopher Wells, Carta White, Matthew Yarborough, Kristen Yates, Brian Young, Jacqueline 
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Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 




Photo by Mike Bedgood 
Row 1: James McPherson, Alex Waterson, William Moody, Sean Stanford, Karen Peterson, Jason Patrick, John Underwood, Frankie Jadzinski, Chris Martin Row 2: M. Seth Miller, Kevin Burnham, 
Mike Elledge, Westley DeShazer, Dan Glenn, Darrell Easley, David Layman, Kyle Wagner, Julian Mingo Row 3: Wyatt Koerner, Drew Darmer, Keith Fraser, Jon Hovater, Justin Travis, Les 
Herrington, Chip Ellis, Fred Turner Row 4: Bob Gilmore, Marc Massie, M. Lance Britt, Jason Kyle, Jaska Cason Row 5: Byron C. Green, Chris Perry, Brian Hawkins, James Martin, Brian French 



Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a professional fraternity for men in music. This 
national fraternity, which was formed on October 6, 1898, provides services and 
brotherhood for male musicians throughout America. The fraternity encourages 
and promotes the highest standard of creativity, performance, education, and 
research in music in America. Members in the Mississippi State Lambda Phi 
chapter are not stricdy music majors but are musicians from a range of majors. 




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Pi Sigma Epsilon 




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Low 1: Mary Jo Langford, Susan Boyd, Lori Butler, Sonya Williams, Christie Veach, Evelyn Huam, Angela Haire, Angie Clark, Gwendolyn Sample, Linda 
lilliken Row 2: Susie Vaughn, Rhonda Langley, Heather Holland, Mary Lockett, Marsha Lewers, Jacqueline Perteet, Chandra Hinton, Andrew Saunders 
Low 3: Catherine Stephens, Dana Cupit, Craig Patterson, Kreg Corpstein, Phil Horel, Lynne Ford, Dr. Michael Richard Row 4: Dr. Henry Nash, Kelly 
lims, Denise McDonald, Laura Toland, Carol Ann Graves Row 5: Joey Rodgers, Scott Seale, Bobby Walker 



Pi Sigma Epsilon Officers 



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-ow 1: Sonya Williams- Regional and National Convention Chairperson, Evelyn Huam- President, Dana Cupit- Vice President of Administration, Christie 
each- Vice President of Personnel, Mary Lockett- Vice President of Marketing, Chandra Hinton- Vice President of Chapter Affairs, Andrew Saunders- 
:rgeant-at-Arms Row 2: Dr. Henry Nash- Faculty Advisor, Kreg Corpstein- Vice President of National Affairs, Bobby Walker- Vice President of Finance, 
hil Horel- Vice President of Publications, Dr. Michael Richard- Assistant Faculty Advisor, 



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Pi Sigma Epsilon is the Na- 
tional Professional Fraternity in 
Sales, Marketing, and Sales 
Management. Pi Sigma Epsilon 
is the nation's only collegiate 
business fraternity linking five 
membership classifications: 
Life, Alumni, Professional, Ed- 
ucator, and undergraduate. The 
five membership classifications 
make the organization the most 
unique and active Professional 
Business Fraternity on campus. 
Through sales projects, semi- 
nars, guest speakers, and pro- 
fessional contacts with its spon- 
soring organization, Sales and 
Marketing Executive Interna- 
tional, Pi Sigma Epsilon pro- 
vides sound practical business 
and leadership training. Each 
fall and spring, regional and na- 
tional conventions are held 
bringing together members 
from Hawaii to Puerto Rico. 
Also every semester, Pi Sigma 
Epsilon sponsors "Sales person 
for a day" where its members 
go to Jackson and shadow busi- 
ness executives for a day. 

The Alpha Eta Chapter here 
at MSU was founded in 1963 
and has the distinction of being 
the largest founding chapter in 
Pi Sigma Epsilon's history. New 
member orientation is held at 
the beginning of the fall and 
spring semesters and is open to 
all majors. Meetings are held 
every Tuesday night in McCool 
Hall. The Alpha Eta Chapter is 
fortunate to have as its advisor 
Dr. Henry Nash, who is a past 
National President of Pi Sigma 
Epsilon. 



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MSU Pom Squad 




Row 1: Christi Hansford, Robin Mangum, Aime Mracich- Captain, Marti Shannon, Robin Johnson Row 2: Melissa West, Terreia Sutton, Michelle Jones, Sarah Williams- Co 
Treasurer, Christy Kinsel Row 3: Leigh Williams, Tiffany Wright- Co-Captain, Tara Bender, Terra Wells, Tracy Tyner 



Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Captain, Lisa Henley- 




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The MSU Pom Squad members are chosen in an annual rryout to assist the| 
athletic program as a spirit-raising and entertainment group. Members are 
chosen on the basis of technique, dance ability, and knowledge of a dance learned 
during tryout clinic. Squad members perform at football and basketball games' 
and pep rallies. The Pom Squad also assists the athletic program at alumni: 
functions. 



Poultry Science Club 




Photo by Mike Nichols 

Row 1: Bill Harris, Pacriaa McCluskey, Johnrue Learner, Jane Yeatman, Betty Roberts, Ryn Laster- Secretary, Clayton Burnett- Vice President, Glenn Pigg- Treasurer, Jeff Harrison- President Row 2: Tracy 
Johnson, Christian Magee, Darren Johnson, Corey Brownlee, Kevin Smith, Kirby Mauldin, David LeBlanc, Justin Keeley, Terry Phillips Row 3: Walter Schreiber, Scott Bell, Lance Allen, Heath Luper, Andy 
Hollings worth, Todd Nichols, Craig Ballennne Row 4: Nathan Brown, Dale Berry, Evan Marble, Jeff Jones, Lee Green Row 5: Corey Hunt, Jeff Jennings, Tyler Epps, Ken Jones, David Barnes, Chris McNeal, 
Clark Green, Ronnie Tolbert Row 6: James Still, Doug Schultz- Advisor, Stephan Wallace, Chris Batte, Alex Anderson, Jamie Shepard, John Thaxton, Matt Henderson Row 7: Tim Chamblee 



Pre-Law Society 




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The students and faculty 
members of the Poultry Science 
Department formed the club 
many years ago to promote in- 
terest among poultry science 
students and to bring about 
closer relationships among those 
pursuing some phase of poultry 
science. The club sponsors 
scholarships, provides social 
events, attends an international 
trade show, assists the MSU col- 
legiate poultry judging team, 
and publishes the "Embryo" 
each year. 





The Pre-Law Society is a stu- 
dent organization open to all 
students of all majors who are 
interested in pursuing careers in 
the field of law. Members are 
able to hear various speakers, 
attend law forums, and stay in- 
formed on what changes are 
taking place in their filed of 
study. Each spring the society 
gives an Outstanding Jurist 
Award to someone who has 
made outstanding contributions 
to the field of law. The event 
gives members the opportunity 
to meet established attorneys 
and develop closer relations 
with alumni. 



Photo by Sonny Mathews 
Shannon Felks, David Love- Tteasurer, Tammy Strange, Lee Lewis- Fice President, Beth Lovelace- President, Chris Myers, Bernice Martino, Scott Lusk 




The Pre-Veterinary Club, 
composed of students who wish 
to qualify for admission to a 
professional college of veterinary 
medicine, was established at 
Mississippi State in 1963- The 
club is a major instrument in- 
forming Pre- Vet students of the 
many opportunities available in 
the field of veterinary medicine. 
The Pre- Vet Club also plays a 
major role in the spirit of the 
University. Each club member 
has a responsibility for the care 
and public appearance of MSU 
Bully, the school mascot. 



Pre-Veterinary Club 




Photo by Sonny Mathc 

Row 1: Chris Richardson- Secretary /Treasurer, Bill Lewis- President and Bully, Phillip Perry- Vice President Row 2: Nicole Kamrath, Denise Kennec; 
Elizabeth Ward, Debra Sheomaker, Christine LeSage, Stephanie Hall, Ginger Podojil, Libby Coleman, Brooke Bobby, Stephanie Hill Row 3: Bryan Ht 
Jason Rogers, Jack Smith, Karen Shurden, Sharon Folsom-Wright, Dennis Clark, Randy Patrolia, Cindy Reeves, Melissa Shetdemore, Renai Minti 
Shonda Edens 




ROTC Ranger Challenge is 
the most grueling and demand- 
ing varsity sport on campus. 
Each team consists of nine 
cadets who must compete in 
events requiring mental and 
physical mastery of technical, 
tactical, and leadership skills. 
Each competition consists of the 
following events: physical fit- 
ness test, one-rope bridge, gre- 
nade assault course, weapons as- 
sembly, weapons qualification, 
orienteering, patrolling, 
Medivac, and a 10K road 
march. 



Ranger Challenge 




Photo by Kim Pal 

Row 1: CDT 1SG David Necessary, CDS CSM John D. Tucker, Bob- Mascot, CDT MAJ A. J. Goglia, CDT PFC Terrell Young, CDT LT. Stephen Cc 
Row 2: CDT MSG Marc Staats, CDT MAJ Matthew Brown, CDT MAJ Barry Busby, CDT PFC Marvin Clark, CDT SSG Dexter Thornton, Coach MS 
Gary D. Davidson Not Pictured: CDT MAJ Kevin Lewis, CDT PFC Jeremy Waller 



Ranger Company 





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Photo by Kim Palmer 

Row 1: CDT PFC Terrell Young, CDT PFC Joseph Blakeney, CDT PFC Robert Harper, CDT SGT Mark Allen Row 2: CDT PFC Marvin Clark, CDT 
PFC Tracy Neal, CDT 1SGT Ron Upton, CDT CPL Trey Meador, CDT 1SG David NecessaryRow 3: CDT MJR Barry Busby, CDT SSG Dexter 

Thornton, CDT MSG Marc Staats, CDT CSM John D. Tucker 




The S. D. Lee Ranger Com- 
pany is one of the oldest or- 
ganizations on campus. Named 
in honor of Confederated Lieu- 
tenant General Stephen Dill 
Lee, the first president of the 
Agricultural and Mechanical 
College of Mississippi now 
known as Mississippi State. 

Lee's Rangers have as their 
mission to teach and build lead- 
ership through infantry small 
unit tactics. Cadets who meet 
the high physical and mental 
standards are distinguished by 
the wearing of the black beret. 
These cadets are identified and 
known as RANGERS! 



SAACS 




Photo by Mike Nichols 

Row 1: Dr. Judy Eglin, Jennifer Dees, Angela Harris, Andrew Knedcik, Stefanie Sharp, Kim Bradley, Lisa Mock, Carol Meeks Row 2: Matt Curtan, Cindy 
Bright, Tracy Whitehead, Gene Carter, William Neese, Shannon Scaturro Row 3: Michael Richardson, Tim Miller, Derek Rester, Bill Henry, Bill Mounsey, 
Alex Waterson 




The MSU chapter of the Stu- 
dent Affiliates of the American 
Chemical Society is open to all 
undergraduates majoring in any 
of the chemistry-related disci- 
plines (chemistry, biochemistry, 
or chemical engineering). The 
goal of the club is to enhance 
the educational experiences of 
its members, increase awareness 
of the value of chemistry in the 
community, and participate in 
professional activities through- 
out the region. 



The Reflector Staff 




Photo by Kim Palir 

Row 1: Terri Tabor, Karen Osteen, Anna Minor, Chris Cosper, John Morris, Byron Clarke Row 2: Becca Keane, Kim Palmer, Gary Lipsey, Lyr; 
Henderson, Camille Scales, Ralph Shearer, Kristi Crum, Gary Harris, G. Bradley Moore Row 3: Tamra Hannon, Becky Bane, Ashley Robinson, Gwt; 
Cwiklik, Denise McDonald Row 4: Sherry Stultz, Geoffrey Habron, Christopher Heaps, Brian Hawkins, Curt Morgan, Alston Welch Row 5: Chad Brow; 
Jamie Pittman, Von Sumrall, Kevin Tate, Mark May 



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Advertising Staff 



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Photo by Kim Pi* ». 



Row 1: Tammy Jang, John Morris- editor, Gwen Cwiklik Row 2: Amy Marquez, Curt Morgan 



Circulation 




Photo by Kim Palmer 



Row 1: Jamie Pittman- manager, James Vinson Row 2: Dana Cole, Kristi Crum 



Campus Life 




*hoto by Kim Palmer 

low 1: Lynn Henderson, Denise McDonald- editor Row 2: Gary Lipsey, Chris Heaps Not Pictured: Laurie Leder, John Bethea, Tammy Jang, Keiba 
bobbins, Dana McKinney, Megan Whitfield, Patricia Pace, Shawn Oliver 



Editorial Board 




Photo by Kim Palmer 

Row 1: Karen Osteen- copy editor, Denise McDonald- campus life editor, John Morris- advertising manager, Terri Tabor- assistant editor Row 2: Chris 
Cosper- editorial editor, Byron Clarke- editor, Alston Welch- managing editor, Becky Bane- news editor 



Editorial Staff 




News Staff 




JheJeflsster 



'hoto by Kim Palmer 

tow 1: Camille Scales, Anna Minor Row 2: Becky Bane- editor, Terri Tabor- assistant editor, Tamra Hannon, Becca Keane, Patrick Pittman, Brian 
-iawkins, Kevin Tate 



Photographers 




JhaBsflestor 



tao by Kim Palmer 

Ralph Shearer, G. Gradley Moore, Mark May, Kim Palmer Not Pictured: Ron Allen, Mike Nichols, Sonny Mathews, Mike Bedgood, Robert Rivera 



MSU Roadrunners 




Photo by Sonny Mather 
Dr. Jimmy Abraham- Adivsor, Jamie Adams, Jay Allen, Brad Benron, Scott Bonds, Christy Brumfield, Sara Beth Bunch, Stephen Cook, Michel Crane, Ken Crowder, John Dale Dumas, Joan Easley, Sabrina Estes 
Kim Ethridge, Denton Farr, Karen Field, Kristin Flautt, David Gibbs, Kevin Green, Jennifer Hawks, Craig Heard, Lisa Heavener, Lynn Henderson, Missy Hensley, Sally Hunt, Susan Jennings, Greg Johnston 
Hamp Jones, Neil Jones, Rob Laher, Shay Langford, Janet Locke, Tiffany Martin, Maria Maxwell, Ashley McDade, Meg Montgomery, Blair Morgan, Lisa Morici, Jay Murphy, John Ohlson, Angela Palmer, Krist 
Payne, Colbey Penron, Melisa Polk, Heather Ray, Rob Reynolds, Bo Richardson, Jusrin Robbins, Donnell Rupert, John Rush, Johnny Sandhu, Heather Saum, Clay Smith, Pete Smith, Natalie Sorrels, Niec 
Steward, Bob Walker, Stephanie Wallace, Steve Wampler, Jackie Young 

The MSU Roadrunners is a student organization comprised of 60 member 
who are active in helping recruit students to Mississippi State University 
Working with the Office of College and School Relations, the Roadrunner 
provide a link between high school and transfer students and the university. Th 1, 
Roadrunners visit high schools around the state with the admissions counselors! 
give campus tours to prospective students and their parents, and participate ii 
Discovery: MSU and other campus recruitment activities. Roadrunners also ca 
and write prospective students and serve as hosts and hostesses for variou 
university functions. Since the organization's founding in 1979, it has develope 
into a positive infotmation source for the university. 




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SAID 




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The Student Association of 
Interior Designers strives to ed- 
ucate students about various 
areas of interior design and re- 
lated fields. This group also 
promotes networking and unity 
between students and profes- 
sionals and prepares students to 
assume responsibility in a pro- 
fessional organization. Member- 
ship is open to all students of 
Interior Design by contacting 
the faculty advisor or the pres- 
ident of SAID. 



;ow 1: E. Goode, M. Crudele, A. Northam, J. Massey, S. Jackson Row 2: M. Dubard, J. Rollins, K. Mason, J. Rivers, S. Wilkerson, K. Thompson, J. 
losal, P. Bryson Row 3: K. Sellers, B. Graffagnini, H. Sullivan, S. Smith, T. Echelberry, T. Walker, B. Petteway, E. Jeffery 



SAIFD 




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ow 1: Brenda Grady, 
'esident, Holly Harper 




The Student Chapter of the 
American Institute of Floral De- 
signers, Ogilvy of Airle Chap- 
ter, was organized and installed 
in May of 1974. The yellow 
standard Chrysanthemum is the 
chapter flower along with the 
Olgivy of Airlie small plaid tar- 
tan of rust, blue, green, black, 
and white. School years are 
spent earning money to attend 
both the Southern Symposium 
and National Symposium to 
take part in student competi- 
tion. Their projects include such 
things as the annual homecom- 
ing corsage sale, craft fairs, and 
student design shows. 



Laura Copeland Tate- President, Julia Lamb, Christina Knox, Jim DelPrince- Advisor Row 2: Fred Bachner, Dawn Wood- Vice 
Connee Luttrell- Advisor, Garry Thompson- Secretary, Craig Helmuth 




SAM 



The Society for Advancement 
of Management is dedicated to 
preparing their members for top 
management rolls. SAM also 
provides members with a wide 
array of management skills such 
as goal setting, planning, or- 
ganizing, controlling, project 
management, budgeting, ad- 
vertising, public relations, and 
fund raising. The society's 
membership shares a common 
interest in learning the solutions 
to today's management prob- 
lems and thus benefiting our 
world tomorrow. 




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Row 1: Jennifer Harmond, Susie Vaughan, Jackie Payne, Andrew Sanders, Dawn Fehrenbacher, Mechell Clark, Pamela Greenwood, Chandra Nicks, Trena 
Covington, Renita Latham, Matt Fuller Row 2: Mark Smithey, Chad Newell, Allison Tolar, Dana Reed, Jimmy McLaughlin, Melinda Williams, Teenena 1 
Lewis, Alex Greer, Jim Stanphill, Clay Marble, James Hicks, Valerie Williams Row 3: Mark Strickland, Ken Zeillmann, Robby Moss, Michael Martin 




The Student Home Econom- 
ics Association (SHEA) of Mis- 
sissippi State University pro- 
vides for and promotes the 
professional development of 
home economics students, pro- 
vides opportunities to develop 
leadership among members, 
and fosters understanding of the 
interrelated areas of home eco- 
nomics. 



SHEA 




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Photo by Mike Niche 
Row I: Lea Henderson, Susan Harrison, Jennifer Jordan, Missy Mattison, Jennifer Reed, Leigh Moses, Jenni Little, Cathy Goforth- President, Missy Taylor- Treasurer, Mary Jo Billow- Vice President. Daphi; 
Ward- Secretary, Kelly Mason- Publicity, Apryl Barnes Row 2: Melanie Helton, Dede Porter, Christy Hawks, Julie Nabors, Cheri Harrell, Michele DuBard, Trish Bryson, Heather O'Sullivan, Julie Rollini 
Martha Hall, Kellie Weathersby, Rachel Parnsh, Page Coleman, Todd Echelberry, JanelJe Massey, Terri Turner, Rhonda Boldin Row 3: Tina Jones, Nicole Neal, Dana Buder, Anna Fortunato. John Arledg 
Jennifer Gilley, Kristi Frey, Karla Simmons, Mitzi Hays, Amy Carter, Alanna Phillips, Whitney Orr, Holly Goodwin, Stephanie Nordstrom, Angela Hughes, Tracy Stokes 



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The members of the Society 
of Naval Architects and Marine 
Engineers are working toward a 
degree in mechanical engineer- 
ing with an emphasis on the 
marine industry option. In their 
different studies of the marine 
industry, they will encounter 
such things as shipyard oper- 
ations, ship design, structural 
analysis, wave mechanics, and 
many other related topics. 



Photo by Robert Rivera 

Ronald Wilson, Morris Wright- Vice President, Glen Brochard, Miahael Williams- President, Steven Hipp, Robert Raynor, William Van Puffelen- 
Secretary/Treasurer 



Scabbard and Blade 




Photo by Kim Palmer 

Row 1: Christy Cochran- Vice President, David Necessary- Social Chairman, Andrew Allen- Secretary, Allen McDaniel- President Row 2: Adam Goglia, 
Mark Winstead, Bill Meadows, John Tucker Row 3: Chris Lange, Barry Busby, Kevin Lewis, Matt Brown Not Pictured: Robert Worthen- Treasurer, 
Stepen Cook 




Scabbard and Blade is a mil- 
itary honor society that works to 
raise the standard of military 
education at Mississippi State 
University and to promote and 
build the necessary qualities of 
good and efficient officers. 
Scabbard and Blade is organ- 
ized into eighteen regiments. 
Each regiment contains 9-12 
companies. Mississippi State 
Scabbard and Blade is B Com- 
pany 7th Regiment. 




The School of Accountancy 
Student Officets ate the elected 
intetmediaries between the stu- 
dents and the accounting fac- 
ulty. Chosen by all four classes 
of accounting majors, the of- 
ficers tepresent the accounting 
student body and also enhance 
effective communication to stu- 
dents of available opportunities 
both professionally and socially. 

Officers assist in establishing 
convocations which are held 
each semester. At these meet- 
ings, the officers and faculty are 
introduced, and special guest 
speakers inform students of new 
trends and changes in the field 
of accounting. 



School of Ace. Officers 




Photo by Sonny Mathews 



Vickie Smith- President, Jason McCoy- Vice President, Rhonda Odom- Secretary, Leah Lin- Treasurer 



Scotch Guard 




Scotch Guard is the women's 
auxiliary to the Army ROTC. 
Leadership, personality, scholar- 
ship, and interest in the ROTC 
program are qualities which 
epitomize each Scotch Guard 
member. Our objectives are to 
promote interest in the Army 
ROTC and to serve MSU and 
the community. Various activ- 
ities include Big Brother/Little 
Brother parties, concert usher- 
ing, and our annual Palmer 
Home Christmas party. Being a 
Scotch Guard member is a fun 
and rewarding experience. 




Photo by Kim Palmer I 

Row 1: Kendall Harrison, Madrina Hazelton, Beth Batson, Lee Anne Chitton, Arissa Power Row 2: Amy Holder, Shelli Hodges, Vickey Cumberland, Lisa 
Tomlin, Claire Prince, Susan McLauchlin, Chena Crocker Not Pictured: Debbie Dorris, Michelle Lane, Mona Thompson, Carole McWilliams 



Sigma Alpha Iota 




to by Sonny Mathews 

iw 1: Danie Hataway- Recording Secretary, Melynn Mangum- Corresponding Secretary, Margaret McGrath- Vice President of Ritual, Alicia Long- 
isident, Julie Carter- Vice President of Membership, Donna Reed- Treasurer Row 2: Jodie Lawman- Historian, Nancie Everett- Sergeant at Arms, Lori 
rnett, Eileen Frank, Robyn Anthony, Vicki Blanton, Melody Lott, Stephanie Herring 



Soc. of Petroleum Engineers 





Sigma Alpha Iota is a pro- 
fessional women's music frater- 
nity whose membership is made 
up of both music and non- 
music majors. Our members 
share a love for music and en- 
courage each other musically, 
professionally, and personally. 

The Epsilon Chi Chapter of 
Sigma Alpha Iota has been ac- 
tive in promoting the impor- 
tance that music holds in every- 
day life by taking an active role 
in the Department of Music Ed- 
ucation. Our members partic- 
ipate in band, chorus, honora- 
ries, and many other 
organizations and causes across 
the MSU campus. 



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The purpose of the Society of 
Petroleum Engineers is to in- 
troduce students of petroleum 
engineering to all aspects of the 
petroleum industry. Monthly 
meetings include topics ranging 
from general information to 
specific company and student 
projects. Other activities include 
attendance at the Annual Tech- 
nical Conference and Exhibi- 
tion, field trips, special seminars 
on industry techniques, 
cookouts, and the annual 
Christmas party. 



to by Sonny Mathews 

'W 1: Ramurthy "Kumar", Jodi Beale- Vice President, Lori Lantz- Secretary, J. Christian Russell Row 2: Kalluri Vark, Balasub Ramanian Senthil, 
Timie E. Lee, Joan M. Easley- President, Bob Kelly, Joey Hayles Row 3: Vanessa Wortham, Gilbert Y. Yevi, John Vozzo- Treasurer, Rob Holbrook, Tim 
ncan- Program Chairman, Sabki Yusoff 




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The Society of Women En- 
gineers stimulates women to 
achieve full potential in careets 
as engineets and leadets, ex- 
pands the image of the engi- 
neering profession as a positive 
force in improving the quality 
of life, and demonstrates the 
value of diversity. 




The Stennis Scholars are stu- 
dents in the political science de- 
partment who are awarded 
Stennis Scholatships. Stennis 
Scholars participate in several 
campus and community activ- 
ities and are addressed by guest 
speakers on current events and 
career opportunities. 



Society of Women Engineers 




Photo by Robert C. Rivera 

Row 1: Linda Mak, Christine Cuicchi- Vice President, Lisa Robinson- Secretary /Treasurer, Denise Peterson- President Row 2: Wanda Rice, Rejanah 
Steward, Christy Morton, Kim Jackson, Tracy Benway, Sarah Mooney Row 3: Stacia Hunt, Mamie Crawford, Carol Breland, Lisa Bostick- Advisor, Lisa 
Redwme- Advisor Not Pictured: Mary Jasper- Counselor, Robyn Gaston, Chnsti Goldman, Jan Patton 



Stennis Scholars 




Photo by Mike Bedgoo. 

Row 1: Quita Ware, Katherine Henderson, Kris Mallard, Andrea Dallas, Anita Owens, Amanda Stamps Row 2: Jena Brown, Jessica DeGroote, Stac 
Shumpert, Steve Browning, Jim Gordon, Jason Pollan, Buddy McRae 








Student Dietetic Association 




3 horo by Ron Allen 

Row 1: Monica Belvin, Rhonda Boldin, Stephanie Nordstrom, Jane Clayton, Tyna Webb, Lea Henderson Row 2: Carolyn MaJone- Advisor, Monica 
Blankenship, Barbie Pennington, Dede Porter, Jessica Oaks, Angela Hughes, Kara Allen, Candee Mosley, Shelley Russum, Becky James Row 3: Evelyn 
Rushing, Nicole Smith, Lora Nelson, Lora Nelson, Amy Hundley, Milicent Kuhn, Lee Ann Chiltom, Melissa Beck 




The MSU Dietetics Club, 
composed of Food and Nutrition 
and Dietetics majors, participates 
in various educational and en- 
tertaining activities throughout 
the year. The members prepare a 
meal for visiting Agriculture and 
Home Economics Alumni during 
Homecoming weekend and Su- 
per Bulldog Weekend. 

The members attend the Mis- 
sissippi Dietetics Association an- 
nual meeting in Jackson and the 
American Dietetics Association 
convention. Throughout the year 
the club takes various trips to 
places of professional interest, 
such as Southern Living in Bir- 
mingham. 



Univ. Christian Student Ctr. 





The University Christian 
Student Center, associated wtih 
the local congregation of the 
Church of Christ, strives to 
serve MSU and the surrounding 
community. Under the guid- 
ance of campus minister Perry 
Jinkerson, the UCSC provides a 
loving, Christian environment 
for students that quite often 
find themselves overwhelmed 
with the demands of college life. 
The primary focus of the 
UCSC, however, is to spread 
the influence of Jesus Christ 
throughout the university and 
beyond. 



Photo by Mike Nichols 



University Concert Choir 




Submitted 

Alison Abril, Whit Alexander, Robyn Anthony, Kerry Beaver, Gina Beene, Brecca Boden, Greg Boone, Guy Bowering, Scott Bratton, Melanie Bridges, Vicki Brooks, Jerry Brown, Greg Browning, 
Molly Burns, Julie Carter, Karen Clark, Cory Collins, James Copeland, Anneliese Craig, Tonya Day, Kelly DeBardelaben, Brian Dorsey, Jennifer Duty, Janelle Egdorf, Lee Egdorf, Shanon Eliason, Anne 
K. Everett, Matthew Everett, Nancie Everett, Kendra Ferrell, Terry Fisher, Christa Gandy, Melissa Garrison, Jennifer Gaston, Duane Gordon, Jason Griffin, Andrea Hastings, Stephanie Herring, Alan 
Hicks, Holly Hunter, Bill Johnston, David King, Beth Knowlton, Paul Koenig, Mike Lamonica, Chelle Lee, Alicia Long, Melody Lott, William Lowes, Zoe May, Becky McClanahan, Rachel McCool, 
Charlotte McCormack, April McGee, Margaret McGrath, Suzy McGrath, Tamatha Mcintosh, Matthew McKaskle, Wes McMichael, Shannon Millican, Bill Moore, Todd Moore, Amy Northam, Coker 
Palmer, Jeff Parks, Paige Passons, Dana Peters, Beverly Petty, Darbie Pope, Tim Prince, Rhonda Rasberry, Donna Reed, Robyn Rever, Chris Richardson, Alina Robinson, Rob Robinson, Jennifer 
Rodgers, Becky Rudolph, Tony Sargraves, Lori Schuler, Federico Schweizer, Paul Scott, Britton Snow, Ben South, Doug Streets, Jenny Taylor, Rebecca Taylor, Ginger Tedder, Beth Thomas, Jennifer 
Thompson, Kenneth Thompson, John Tipton, Teresa Tompkins, Steve Tuttle, Susan Tyree, Mark Wade, Michelle West, Jennifer Wright, Brian Young 

The University Concert Choit was otganized in 1963. Members are chosen by 
auditions open to all students of the university. The group performs one major 
choral work each semester and also performs with the Maroon Band in the 
annual patriotic half-time show for a fall campus football game. 




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University Madrigal Singers 




Scott Btatton, Christy Brumfield, Juli Cartet, Ethel Davis, Shawn Dulaney, Jennifer Duty, Lee Egdorf, Joe Evans, Anne K. Evetett, Matt Everett, Nancie Evetett, Kendra Ferrell, Mickey Goussett, Jason 
Gtiffin, Stephanie Herring, Alan Hicks, Chris Holmes, David King, Jodie Layman, Melody Lott, Rachel McCool, Margaret McGrath, Suzy McGrath, Michael Peeler, Darbie Pope, Rhonda Rasberry, 
Paul Scott, Ginger Tedder, Teresa Tompkins, Brian Young 



The 1992-93 edition of the University Madrigal Singers is the 30th group to 
represent the university since the singers were organized in 1963. The group has 
toured extensively and has appeared on television throughout the southeast. The 
singers were selected to premiere a new choral work for the Southeastern Choral 
Conductors Conference and were honored by being chosen to perform a series of 
six programs at the American Pavilion for the Knoxville World's Fair. The 
singers presented the 26th annual Madrigal Christmas Dinner in December on 
the Mississippi State University campus. 




UNIVERSITY 



Mississippi Magic 




Submitted 

Row 1: Gelena Chittom, Melody Lott, Meg Wood, Donna Reed, Donna Baker, Kelly Debardelaben, Juan Moss Row 2: Latrell Kiker, Jerry Brown, Chris Horton, Russell Boles, Gary Boudreaux, Scott 
Campbell 



Mississippi Magic is the University's show choir. Now in its fourth year, the 
group specializes in the performance of entertainment type music, most of which 
is performed with choreography. Mississippi Magic has performed on campus, 
in the community, and throughout the state. The group's founder and director is 
Dr. Rose D. Daniels, Associate Professor of Music Education. 




II UNIVERSITY 



University Honors Council 




hoto by Thuan-Par Tan 

iordon Andda GreSSet ' Bnan Youn 8' David Schmidt.Gina Box,Beverly Snell Row 2 Michelle Hodges, Amy VanDoren, Jonathan Amacker, Tncia Bacon Row 3 Catherine Speck, Dave Webb, Duane 



I The University Honors Program exists primarily to offer outstanding academic 
xperiences to qualified students. Honors courses substitute for regular courses and 
re applicable to every degree program at M.S.U. Honors students also benefit from 
riority scheduling in pre-registration. The Honors sections differ from regular 
ections because the smaller classes — usually five to fifteen students — focus on 
idividualized instruction that emphasizes each student's training and experience. 
"he most outstanding members of the faculty teach Honors courses; therefore, UHP 
actions are challenging and appealing because they allow consistent exchange 
mong students and faculty. 

; The Honors Program also has assumed an important role in the cultural and 
bcial lives of hundreds of students and faculty members. The Honors Forum and 
umerous presentations expose Honors participants to diplomats, musicians, in- 
j:rnational visitors, artists, computer specialists, writers, scientists, and a variety of 
:holars and professionals, all of whom are outstanding and some of whom have 
jimed distinctions such as the National Book Award and Nobel and Pulitzer 
irizes. Honors students travel with expense paid to cities such as New Orleans, 
liami, Salt Lake City, and Charleston to attend national and regional meetings of 
leir national organization. They also form intramural teams and plan social 
rtivities such as the annual Honors Theme Banquet, film showings and picnics. At 
lie end of each academic year, outstanding students are recognized at an annual 
vards ceremony attended by all Honors students and faculty. 
; The UHP has a national reputation because of the participation of students in its 
wernance. The students elect class representatives to an Honors Council that 
Ivises the Director and plans activities for the Program. The Council supervises the 
i onors House, where all Honors students have access to IBM computers in the 
|urke Computer Laboratory, a terminal of the University system, electric type- 
riters, a copy machine, a small library/seminar room, and a lounge. 




UHP 






Greek Association Officers 




Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Row 1: Jackie Meaders- Vice President, Sjohn McCormick- President, Bonnie Wright Row 2: Willie Jackson, Bruce Smith- Treasurer, Glen Singletary- 
Social Chairman 



Greek Association 




Photo by Sonny Mathes ; 

Row 1: Brian Boykins, Jackie Taliaferro, Rodrick Walker, Angela Lang, Trenton Parker Row 2: Angela Simmons, Jackie Meaders, Tawayna Giles, Chancei 
Jordan, Crystel Hearn-Eatman, Tracey Robinson, Bonnie Wright Row 3: Willie Jackson, John Evans, Edward Rice, Sjohn McCormick, Glen Singletarji 
Greg Bails, Bruce Smith 






IFC Cabinet 




Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Row 1: Todd N. Brown, Mark W. McCormack, John Stratton, John Ohlson, Jeffrey Minton Row 2: Jim Anthony, Paul Wasserman, John David Wicker, 
Chuck DonJin, Kurt Krausse 



IFC Council 




Photo by Ralph Shearer 

Row 1: Walter Moss, Anthony Burkes, Kenneth McNeal, Marc Haraann, Heath Childs Row 2: Christer Gargrove, Sam Cammack, Russ McReynolds, 
Peyton Passons, Patrick Cox Row 3: Tim Duncan, Leigh Pace, Steven Garrett, Joel Easley, William Abraham 




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Panhellenic Council 




Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Row 1: Julie Nabors- Scholarship Chairperson, Stacy Ball- Vice President, Jennifer Hawks- Secretary, Owen Edmonson- President, Shani Burley- Treasurer, 
Debbie Gray- Public Relations Chairperson, Tanya Taylor- Activities Chairperson Row 2: Nikki Porter, Susan Jennings, Leslie Metcalfe, Amy Barber, 
Crystel Eatman, Sorena Dumas, Melisa Polk, Marie Hataway, Kristin Flautt Row 3: Cynthia Parks, Juandalyn Williams, Jacqueline Meaders, Julie Boykin, 
Sydney Stallings, Edra Cox, Stephanie Castelli Row 4: Lisa Young, Angela Palmer, Jennifer Wills, Patricia Walker Row 5: Meg Montgomery, Leslie 
Zacharias, Kim Humbarger, Jennifer Johnson, Nicole Allensworth, J. T. Galloway 



Jr. Panhellenic 




Photo by Sonny Maches 
Row 1: Stacy Ball- Advisor, Sarah Ashmore - Secretary /Treasurer, Haley Kennedy- Vice President, Laney Hood- President Row 2: Gretchen Robert 
Jennifer Pickle, Shelley Stalcup, Mamie Patterson Row 3: Gayla Norwood, La Visa Robinson Row 4: Mindy Gray, Melissa Campbell, Suzanne Greer, Nikl 
Gunter Not Pictured: Anna Cheatham- Historian 







Greek Council for Christ 




The purpose of Greek Coun- 
cil for Christ is to demonsttate 
to the campus that we, as 
Greeks, can be involved in dif- 
ferent organizations and still 
love each other, cooperate with 
each other, pray for each other, 
and provide a support group for 
Greeks in Christ. 



Photo by Sonny Mathews 

Row 1: Aubrey Jordan, Julie Gilme, Lisa Hemby, Christy Guin, Leslie Lambert, Sara Beth Bunch, Dustin Louque, Alan McDaniel, Denton Farr Row 2: 
Beth Cummins, Pat Bethea, Russ Rinehart, Brian Leathermen, Amy Teel, Lainie Tubertini, Kim Humbarget, Cory Knight, Dwight McComb, Scott Wise, 
Molly Paine, Chad McMullin Row 3: Kevin Green, Brett Dulaney, Rob Laher, Erik LaValle, Christin Hargrove, Brent McGillbury, Brad Rigby, David 
Pritehard, Spence Flatgard, Will Walker, David Gibbs, Paul Shook- Advisor, Ken Watkins 



Alpha Kappa Alpha 




Photo by Raiph Shearer 

Row 1: Yulanda Starling- Secretary, Sherry McDonald- Vice President, Crystel Eatman- President, Tawayna L. Giles- Treasurer Row 2: Tonja Williams, 
Brenda Williams, Cheryta Parker, Genea Erby, Terra Wells, Sonya Vassar, Portia Gause, Sonja Williams, Barbara Bennett 




























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The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity is an asset to the Mississippi State Campus. These men are active in many campus 
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activities of their own. For instance, they host a series of events to interest minority students in attending college and 
raise money for a Minority Scolarship Fund. 

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outstanding high school students in the Golden Trianagle Area. The theme was "Lift as You Climb," and the speaker 
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Abbay, Rob 
Abel, Abner 
Abel, Alex 
Abel, Aurthor 
Abel, Kristie 



202 
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202 
244 



Abesinghe, Arambage 306 

Abney, Keith 270 

Abraham, Dr Jimmy 358, 372 

Abraham, William 385 

Abraham, Willie 343 

Abram, D'Leasha 202 
Abril, Alison 224, 324, 328, 
341, 361, 380 

Aceituno, Carlos 306 

Acord, Joey 196 

Acosta, Lanny 224 

Acosta, Tracy 187 

Adair, Jason 244 

Adams, Amber 54, 330 

Adams, Angela 202 

Adams, Bill 306 

Adams, Daniel 306 

Adams, Jack 202 
Adams, Jamie 244, 317, 324, 
372 

Adams, Jennifer 54, 64, 202, 
224, 420 

Adams, Kenya 56 

Adams, Laura 244 

Adams, Lori 270 

Adams, S haunt a 361 

Adams, Susan 244 

Adamson, Tisha 133 

Adcock, Mark 270 

Adkins, James 133 

Adkison, Leah 244 

Adnan, Azlan 325, 348 

Adrian, Kathy 270 

Adrian, Mitchell 306 

Afzal, Muhammad 360 

Agacer, Gilda 320 

Agarwal, Rajeev 329 
Agostinelli, Thomas Jr 324,361 

Ahmad, Farhan 244 

Ahmad, Suleiman 306 

Ahmed, Rana Shafiq 360 

Ahmed, Syed Farhan 360 

Ahrens, Jennifer 270 

Ainsworth, Bethany 324 

Ainsworth, Janie 133 

Akin, Michelle 324 

Akins, Ericka 133 

Akins, Michael 244 

Al-Mahmoud, Ahmad 306 

Al-Muhmoud, Ahmad 349 

Alam, Shaflqul 202 

Alarcon, Jorge 306 

Alawine, Michelle 244 

Albert, James 185 

Albright, Christy 224, 324 

AJbro, Daryl 170 

Alderman, Angela 270 

Aldridge, Joseph 270 

Aldridge, Merrill 60 

AJdy, Vycky 270 

Alexander, Al 270, 345 

Alexander, Antoinette 244 

Alexander, Dax 244 

Alexander, Rodney 202 

Alexander, Whit 380 

Alfonso, Jose 187 

Alford, Leslie 224 

Algood, Mindy 27, 202 

Allan, Lou 352 

Allee, Lisa 162, 163 

Allen, Alphews F 397 
Allen, Andrew 328, 335, 359, 
375 

Allen, Antonio 306 

Allen, Clint 170 

Allen, James 356 
Allen, Jay 84, 270, 325, 358, 372 

Allen, Jeff 244, 324 
Allen, Kara 84, 270, 321, 327, 
379 

Allen, Kellie 270 

Allen, Kelly 317 

Allen, Kenna 270 

Allen, Lance 365 

Allen, LaTonya 202 

Allen, Leslie 270, 357 

Allen, Lori 244 
Allen, Mark 224, 335, 359, 367 

Allen, Ricky 270 

Allen, Ron 371 

Allen, Stanley 224 

Allen, Susanne 224, 337 

Allen, Tracy 244 

Allensworth, Nicole 224, 324, 
361, 386 

Allew, Alphelus 270 

Alley, Mark 187 

Alligood, Stephanie 270, 360, 
420 

Allison, Sam 270 

Allred, Danny 202 

AHshouse, Bill 270, 360 

Allsup, Haze 244 

Almeida, Ana Paula 244 

Alseleem, Yousef 306 

Amacker, Jonathan 224, 314, 
383 

Ammon, Susan 351 

Anderson, Alex 365 

Anderson, Alicia 184 

Anderson, Allee 224 

Anderson, Amy 202 

Anderson, Ben 270 

Anderson, Bert 244 

Anderson, Charlie 170 

Anderson, Contenia 224 

Anderson, Greg 148 

Anderson, Kim 270 

Anderson, Nathe Ann 306 

Anderson, Pansy 224 

Anderson, Russell 244 

Anderson, So Yong 270 

Anderson, Sonja 202 

Anderson, Tangi 330 

Anderson, Tangie 55 

Anderson, Wayne 244 

Anderson, Yolanda 224 

Anding, Richard 270 

And ress, Jackie 185 

Andrews, Libba 326 



Andrews, Natalie 202 

Anglin, Sue 270 

Anmalsetty, Sriniuas 306 

Ansede, Frank 186 

Anthens, Shane 244 

Anthony, Jim 343, 385 

Anthony, Lea Anne 270 

Anthony, Robert 224 
Anthony, Robyn 270, 324, 354, 
377, 380 

Antici, Brad 202 

Anwar, Chairil 306 

Aplin, Lisa 361 

Aqil, Tahir 306 

Archer, John 224 
Archer, Kevin 224, 336, 337 

Archer, Lisa 270 

Ard, Jennifer 331 

Arellano, Miguel 306 

Arispe, Vanessa 202 

Arledge, John 374 

Armstrong, Daniel 324 

Armstrong, Keith 270 

Armstrong, Michael 306 

Armstrong, Patri 335 

Armstrong, Russell 202 

Armstrong, Sara 187 

Arnold, Terry 244 

Arnold, Todd 54 

Arroyo, Lucy 334 

Arszman, Alison 224 

Arzman, Alison 133 

Asghar, Rukhsana 349, 360 

Ashford, Charles 133, 244 

Ashley, Dawn 270 

Ashley, Edie 334 

Ashley, Katie 224 

Ashley, Margaret 244 

Ashley, Randall 224 

Ashman, Michele 185 

Ashmore, Sarah 244, 386 

Ashmore, Tammy 244 

Askew, Renita 202 

Assell, Joe 244, 359 
Aston, Angela 55, 306, 358 

Atkins, Brian 316 

Atkins, Harold 244 

Atkins, Jennifer 270 

Atkinson, Robert 224 

Atkinson, Susie 359 

Atkison, Allan 244 

Au, Jennifer 186 

Aubuchon, Woody 244 

Aultman, Lisa 271 

Austin, Stacy 224 

Auton, Lisa 244 

Avery, Ben 245 

Avery, James 271 

Avery, Kelly 224 

Axton, Christopher 245 

Axton, Kevin 271 

Aycock, Larry 345 

Aycock, Steven 331 

Ayers, Jason 170 

Azam, Mohammod 271 

Azinger, Thomasa 359 

Azwell, Doug 133 

Azwell, Douglas 245 

B 

Baber, Larfaya 202, 328 

Bach, Eric 202 
Bachner, Fred 321,347,373 

Bacon, Mindy 186 

Bacon, Patricia 202 

Bacon, Tricia 383 

Bagwell, Nancy 271 

Bailey, Anthony 202 

Bailey, Benje 202 

Bailey, Brad 202 

Bailey, Chip 356 

Bailey, Coleman 245 

Bailey, Coley 320 

Bailey, Jay 170, 245 

Bailey, Jenifer 324 

Bailey, Jennifer 245, 345 

Bailey, Jenny 245 

Bailey, Matthew 184 

Bailey, Shannon 271 

Bailey, Shay 334 

Bails, Greg 384 

Bails, Gregory A 397 

Bain, Brian 202 

Bain, Tracey 271 

Baird, Bryan 360 

Bajoch, Qadir 306 

Baker, Chuck 338 

Baker, Donna 382 

Baker, Shasta 66 

Bala, Senthil 306 

Baldwin, Brian 327 

Ball, Barbara 320 

Ball, Michael 202 
Ball, Stacy 84, 342, 360, 386 

Ballard, Bart 271, 319 

Ballard, Gwendolyn 245 

Ballard, Rhonda 271,317 

Ballentine, Craig 365 

Baloch, Qadir 349 
Bane, Becky 368, 370, 371 

Bane, Craig 370 

Banes, Brad 334 

Banes, Sandra 334 

Bankester, Blake 224 

Banks, Alison 245, 352 

Banks, Ashley 245 

Banks, Kendra 352 

Barbee, Craig 55 
Barber, Amy 245, 341, 352, 386 

Barber, Fredrick 202 

Barberena, Armando 224 

Barclay, Anthony 224 

Barfield, David 202 

Barfield, John 224 

Barillas, Rolando 306 

Barker, Bonnie 203 

Barker, Granville 271 

Barkley, Richard 271 

Barlow, Johnathan 3 1 5 

Barlow, Jonathan 203 

Barlow, Stephen 245 
Barnes, Apryl 271,332,374 

Barnes, Cedric 245 

Barnes, David 365 

Barnes, Jim 271,345 

Barnes, Joe 60 

Barnes, Kelly 271 



Barnes, Scotty 55 

Barnes, Scott 60, 271 

Barnett, Aaron 336, 337 

Barnett, Leigh 354 

Barnett, Lorena 133 

Barnett, Lori 224, 377 

Barnette, Tawanna 195 

Barnette, Tawana 196 
Barr, Tara 153,271,342,351 

Barrett, Aprille 203 

Bartick, Tracy 184 

Bartlett, Leda 306 

Bartlett, Melissa 203 

Basic, Christopher 338 

Baskins, Roosevelt 196 

Bass, Curtis 245 

Bass, Michael 203 
Bass-Choate, Yamily 194, 195, 
196 

Bateman, Lanny 360 

Bates, Adam 203 
Batson, Beth 84,271,376 

Batte, Chris 365 
Batten, Susan 133,224,328 

Battles, Gordon 245 

Baucom, Steven 203 

Baucom, Steve 133, 420 

Baugh, Tom 224 

Beach, Sandra 203 

Beachum, Amy 245 

Beaird, Andy 324 

Beaird, Scott 271 

Beal, Carla 194 

Beale, Jodi 377 

Bean, Kenneth 225 

Bean, Kenny 327 

Beard, Bart 306 

Beard, Phil 245 

Bearden, Jeremey 203 

Bearid, Eric 225 

Beasley, BobbiAnn 203 

Beasley, Bobbie 133 

Beasley, Erin 203 

Beasley, Kathleen 324 

Beauchem, Renee 203 

Beaver, Kerry 271, 380 

Beck, Heatherly 245 

Beck, Melissa 306, 379 

Bedford, Deward 196 

Bedgood, Mike 371, 420 

Bedgood, William 133 

Bedwell, Matthew 361 

Beene, Gina 245, 380 

Beets, Daniel 225 

Bekurs, Gray 55, 133 

Bell, Angela 203 

Bell, Brenda 361 

Bell, Dorothy 271 

Bell, Geoffrey 271 

Bell, Jane 339 

Bell, Jennifer 203 

Bell, Kristen 54 

Bell, Kristin 64 

Bell, Latavious 271, 404 

Bell, Melinda 271 

Bell, Scott 365 

Bell-PerneU, Kathryn 271 

Bellayuto, Jennifer 203 

Bellerud, Nana 306 
Beltran, Carlos 225, 314, 316 
Belvin, Monica 245, 338, 379 

Bender, Tara 364 

Benjamin, Makessa 245 
Benjamin, Monique 331, 340 

Bennear, Monica 245 

Bennett, Barbara 245, 387 
Bennett, Brian 225, 335, 361 

Bennett, Gray 343 

Bennett, Michelle 225 

Bennett, Renee 196 

Bennett, Shanna 314 
Bennett, Shawna 79, 80, 245, 
337 

Benoist, Cheryl 271 

Benson, Sherre 133, 203 
Benton, Brad 245, 330, 372 

Benton, Dr Gary 195 

Benton, Rachael 338, 350 
Benway, Tracy 225, 361, 378 

Bergiel, Bridget 271 

Bergiel, Erich 225 

Bernard, David 306 
Bernhart, Laura 84, 271, 331 

Berry, Dale 271, 365 

Berry, Stephanie 203 

Berryhill, Derek 225 

Berryhill, Robin 203 

Berthelson, Chad 306 

Berthelson, Shay 27 1 

Betbeze, Philip 271 

Bethany, Brigitte 245, 352 

Bethea, John 369 
Bethea, Leslie 55, 306, 358 

Bethea, Pat 203, 387 

Betts, Amy 225 
Betts, Gayle 38, 245, 314, 328 

Betts, Ronnie 356 

Bevill, Bart 346 

Beville, Heidi 333 

Beyea, Tim 133, 306 

Beyer, Derek 271 

Bible, Jamey 359 

Biddle, Leslie 324, 326 

Bieloh, Johnny 271 

Bigelow, Jaclyn 133 

Bigelow, Jaclynn 54,225 

Bigger, David 320 

Bigham, Scott 320 

Bill, Brittany 333, 337 

Billow, Mary Jo 321, 374 

Billups, Reginald 225 

Bilwani, Altaf 225 

Birzer, Larry 196 

Bishop, David 271 

Bishop, Greg 170 

Bjornson, Jeffrye 338 

Black, Bailey 271 

Black, Letha 225 

Black, Michelle 138 

Black, Paige 271 

Black, Stevan 337 

Blacklidge, Ginger 225, 337 

Blackridge, Ginger 315 
Blackwell, Sarah 225,324,361 

Blair, Billy 184 

Blake, Manesha 245 



Blakeney, Joseph 367 
Blalock, Jared 84, 326, 333, 343 

Blalock, Lamar 245, 348 

Bland, Anthony 271 

Blanden, Annette 225, 332 

Blaney, Dr Ben 345 

Blaney, Virginia 345 

Blankenship, Kevin 203 
Blankenship, Monica 245, 379 

Blanton, Len 331 

Bianton, Lori 203 

Blanton, Vicki 133, 377 

Blasingame, Christy 324 

Bloesch, Michael 355 

Bloodsworth, Kent 225 

Blount, Russ 272 

Boatwright, Donna 272 

Bobby, Brooke 366 

Boden, Brecca 380 

Boehme, Terry 339 
Boga, Tonya 225, 324, 347, 361 

Bogard, Jeremy 225 

Bolan, Brett 272, 327 

Boland, LuAnne 272 
Boldin, Rhonda 272, 374, 379 

Boles, Russell 272, 382 

Bolfrey, Grace 349 

Bolin, Carl 272 

Bolton, Annette 225 

Bolton, Brandi 203 

Bond, Jeremy 272 
Bonds, Scott 245,314,372 

Bonds, Vicky 332 

Bonilla, Bird 306 

Booker, Ken 306 

Booker, Rena 272, 352 

Booker, Tiffany 153 

Booker, Yolanda 225 

Boone, Brad 245 

Boone, Greg 203, 380 

Boornson, Jeffrey 203 

Booth, Martha O 360 

Booth, Molly 225 

Booth, Robin 203 

Booth, Scott 272 

Boothroyd, Bobby 272 

Boren, Heather 203 

Boring, Jennifer 245, 324 

Borst, Benny 272, 325 

Borst, Michelle 133, 328 

Borzik, Louis 272 

Bosarge, Charlotte 84, 326 

Bosarge, Chris 121,272 

Bost, Amanda 272, 329 

Bostick, Lisa 378 

Boswell, Ana 203 

Boswell, Tammy 196 

Bottina, Claudia 361 

Bottino, Claudia 324 

Boucher, Kristin 203 

Boudreaux, Gary 327, 382 

Boudreaux, Tony 339 

Bouie, Luther 326 

Bounds, Scott 179 

Bourrage, Joyce 196 

Boutwell, Allen 203 

Boutwell, Angie 133, 203 

Bowden, Amy 203 

Bowden, Royce 325 

Bowen, Wes 245, 330 
Bowering, Guy 203, 337, 380 

Bowers, Christian 203 

Bowland, Barry 263 

Bowlin, Beth 225,314 

Bowling, Linda 245 

Bowman, Chris 245 

Bowman, Shannon 203 

Box, Billy 133 

Box, David 272 
Box, Gina 54, 246, 383 

Box, Mark 246 

Box, Stacey 246 

Boyd, Brad 272 

Boyd, Catherine R 360 

Boyd, Christopher 246, 336, 
338 
Boyd, Daniel 120, 128, 351 

Boyd, David 246 

Boyd, Gregory 272 

Boyd, John 246 

Boyd, Kelli 187 

Boyd, Leah 203 

Boyd, M E 334 

Boyd, Scott 272 

Boyd, Shanna 56, 246 

Boyd, Susan 363 

Boyd, Valerie 54 

Boykin, Diane 272 
Boykin, Julie 225, 314, 386 

Boykin, Louie 272 

Boykin, Shelley 246 

Boykins, Brian 384, 397 

Boykins, Bryin 332 

Bozeman, Regina 203 

Brabham, Kim 272 

Braddock, Debbie 246 

Braddock, Melinda 360 

Bradford, Camille 272 

Bradley, Aimee 272 

Bradley, Douglas 196 

Bradley, Kim 367 

Bradley, Kimberly 133, 272 

Bradley, Steve 204 

Bradley, Todd 246 

Brady, Adrienne 339 

Brady, Steve 272 

Branch, Charlotte 225 
Branch, Janet 225, 316, 338 

Brandon, Jerri 272, 320 

Brandon, William 272 

Brantley, Bethany 272 

Brantley, Jeri 272 

Branton, Stacy 195, 196 

Branton, Will 246 

Brase, Bill 273 

Brasell, David 273 

Brasell, Kathy 246 

Brasell, Lance 246 

Brasfeild, Charles 246 

Brasfield, Rebecca 273 

Brasfield, Rob 273 

Braswell, Amy 353 

Braswell, Chandler 133 

Braswell, Ryan 226 

Bratton, Scott 380,381 

Breazeale, Betsy 246, 337 



Breedlove, Carol 246 
Breland, Carol 273, 344, 378 

Bretheiim, David 133 

Brewer, Allison 204 

Brewer, Jimmy 356 

Bridges, Anita 204 

Bridges, Brian 204 

Bridges, Donnie 226 

Bridges, Kimberly 273 
Bridges, Melanie 226, 361, 380 

Bridges, Steven 204 

Bridgman, Karen 246 

Briggs, Wes 321 

Bright, Cindy 367 

Bright, Cynthia 246 

Brightwell, Ron 329 

Brignac, Rene 226 

Brindley, Anne 204 

Brister, Byron 204 

Brister, Kelly 184 

Brister, Steve 273 

Britt, Cristi 246 

Britt, M Lance 133, 362 

Britto, Ronnie 307 

Brochard, Glen 375 

Brock, Royal 246 

Brockway, S Joe 333 

Broocks, Jennifer 226 

Brookhart, Nina 246 

Brooks, Ahalt 187 

Brooks, George 148 

Brooks, James 327 

Brooks, Kim 246 
Brooks, Kristen 273,324,331 

Brooks, Sheletha 246, 340 

Brooks, Thomas 273 

Brooks, Vicki 380 

Brooks, William 226 
Broome, Elaine 273, 325, 346 

Broome, Sharon 273, 344 

Broome, Stephanie 133 

Broussard, Genna 342 

Broussard, Shannon 273 
Brown, Amy 246, 339, 361 

Brown, Belinda 246, 420 

Brown, Chad 368, 370 

Brown, Darren 307 

Brown, Donna 153, 351 

Brown, Heather 133 

Brown, Janet 273 

Brown, Jason 204 

Brown, Jena 273, 378 
Brown, Jennifer 162,204,359 
Brown, Jerry 273, 380, 382 

Brown, Jim 343 

Brown, Joseph 204 

Brown, Karen 195, 196 

Brown, Katheryn 204 

Brown, Keith 133, 246 

Brown, Kim 195, 196 

Brown, LaRaye 226 
Brown, Larry G 204, 325, 348 

Brown, Matt 328, 375 

Brown, Matthew 366 

Brown, Melissa 34 1 

Brown, Nathan 334, 365 

Brown, orrance 120 

Brown, Randy 128 

Brown, Raymond 324 

Brown, Ron 170, 172 

Brown, Sally 246 
Brown, Scott 54,63,318 

Brown, Sterling 273 

Brown, Susan 196 

Brown, SuzAnne 204 

Brown, Tasha 204 

Brown, Terry 226 

Brown, Todd N 385 

Brown, Tonya 273 

Brown, Tracy 204 

Browning, Greg 380 

Browning, Gregory 133 

Browning, Steven 337 

Browning, Steve 378 

Brownlee, Beth 273 

Brownlee, Corey 365 

Bruce, Kevin 246 
Brumfield, Christy 84, 273, 326, 
333, 372,381 

Brumfield, Kristie 246 

Brumfield, Michael 204 

Brumfield, Skeeter 226 

Brunson, Gene 226 

Brunt, Michael 133 

Bryan, Christopher 246 

Bryan, Chris 334 

Bryan, Cris 273, 338 

Bryan, George 247 

Bryan, Patsy 195 

Bryant, Amanda 204 

Bryant, Kelly 307 

Bryant, Kevin 273 

Bryant, Lamar 318 

Bryant, Lance 273 

Bryant, Rebecca 204 

Bryant, Sammy 247 

Bryant, Sonya 332 

Bryson, Trish 374 

Buchanan, Kelli 204 

Buchanan, Niles 204 

Buchanan, Stephanie 204 

Buckingham, Jillian 324 

Buckley, Ginger 247 
Buckner, Rex 169, 170, 172 

Buehring, Jason 247 

Buice, Leslie 225 

Buice, Shane 225 

Buird, Colin 204 

Bullard, Darrell 273 

Bullock, Julie 352 

Bullock, Trey 321 

Bumagin, Laura 225, 324 

Bumpers, Shawn 324 
Bunch, Sara Beth 247, 372, 387 

Burchett, John 247 

Burchfield, Krista 225 

Burchfield, Robin 273 

Buren, Ryan Van 316,337 
Burger, Jenny 247, 338, 355 

Burger, Rebecca 273, 339 

Burgess, Stacy 225, 338 

Burke, Matthew 225 
Burkes, Anthony 23, 273, 385, 
401 

Burkett, Tonya 273 

Burkhalter, Stacey 247 



Burks, Charlie 247 

Burley, Shani 386 

Burlow, Steve 345 

Burnett, Clayton 325, 365 

Burnett, Rhonda 204 

Burnett, Robin 247 

Burnham, Kevin 133, 362 

Burns, Karen 307, 329 

Burns, Melissa 273 
Burns, Molly 247, 333, 361, 380 

Burns, Pricilla 133 

Burns, Priscilla 204 

Burns, Steve 247 

Burnside, Alice 205 

Burnside, Randolph 350 

Burnside, Randy 404 

Burr, Mark 247 

Burrage, Beverly 196 

Burroughs, Scott 359 

Burt, David 339 

Burt, Jennifer 247 

Burt, Kerry 273 

Burt, Lori 273 

Burt, Matt 314, 339 

Burton, Dyanira 335 

Burton, John 274 

Burton, Lance 329 

Burton, Melissa 184 

Burton, Shane 274 

Burwell, Heather 247 
Busby, Barry 133, 328, 366, 
367, 375 

Buse, Kimberley 226 

Bush, Daphne 247 

Bush, Douglas 204 

Bush, Elizabeth 225 

Bush, Heath 247, 337 

Bush, J0J0 204 

Bush, Margaret 3 1 7 

Bushman, William 196 

Bushway, Robbie 196 

Buskirk, Kimberly 274 
Butler, Allison 225,324,361 

Butler, Craig 204 

Butler, Dana 374 

Butler, Daniel 225, 337 

Butler, Hank 204 

Butler, Kathy 345 

Butler, Linda D 195 
Butler, Lori 274,316,363 

Butler, Theresa 204 

Butler, Tommy 247 

Butler, Yancey 274 

Butler, Yancy 355 
Butt, Shahid Ikram 307, 360 

Byrd, Angela 247 

Byrd, Christy L 205, 334 

Byrd, Kellie 343 

Byrd, Martha 247 

Byrd, Robert 358 

Byrd, Tony 247 

C 

Cabell, Thomas 205 

Cable, Stacy 133 

Cabunae, Michelle 247 

Cade, Ben 226 

Cagle, Kimberly 133, 247 

Cail, Marsha 205 

Cain, Bob 138 

CAIN, MEG 85 

Cain, Travis 226 

Caine, Evan 274 
Calais, Aimee 274, 335, 354 

Caldwell, Frank 318 

Caldwell, Patricia 226 
Callaway, Cooper 83, 85, 274, 
314,326,333,343 
Callaway, Kerri 226,314,315, 
324, 337, 361 

Calton, Michelle 247 

Cammack, Sam 226, 385 
Campbell, Christopher 133, 247 

Campbell, Kim 334 
Campbell, Kimberly 274, 325 

Campbell, Melissa 386 

Campbell, Scott 382 

Campbell, Stacy 55, 66 
Campbell, Stephanie 226, 274, 
320 

Campolmi, Chris 340 

Canfield, David 274 

Cannada, Heath 334 

Cannon, Carol 195 

Cantrell, Stephen 274 
Cantrell, Steve 325, 327, 346 

Caperton, Elisa 196 

Caperton, Ellsa 195 

Caperton, Thad 324 

Capps, Brad 334 
Caraway, Mary 85, 274, 357 

Carother, Meredith 247 

Carothers, Russ 355 

Carpenter, Brian 196 

Carpenter, Casey 226 

Carpenter, Laura 226 
Carpenter, Matt 168, 170, 172 

Carr, Jennipher 226, 337 

Carr, Johnathon 347 

Carr, Tim 331 

Carr, Timothy 274, 320 

Carr, Tony 247 

Carraway, William 226 

Carricy, Lori 347 

Carroll, Herman 120 

Carroll, Michelle 196 

Carrubba, Bryan 274 

Carruth, Chris 322 

Carruth, Tammy 274 

Carskadon, Dr Tom 357 

Carskadon, Gordon 60, 247 
Carson, Dorsey 85, 324, 354 

Carson, Lee 226 

Cartagena, Jose 307 

Carte, Matthew 247, 361 

Carter, Amy 374 

Carter, Bubba 170 

Carter, Chance 226 

Carter, Gene 367 

Carter, Jacque 226 
Carter, Jennifer 205, 247, 322, 
323 

Carter, Juli 381 

Carter, Julie 377, 380 

Carter, Margertree 274 

Carter, Michelle 64, 205 

Carter, Nicole 136 



413 



Carter, Nicolle 
Carter, Ruth 
Carter, Stacy 
Carter, Steven 
Carver, Chad 
Carver, David 
Carver, Newt 
Case, C Shaw 
Case, David 
Case, Libby 
Casey, Whitney 
Cash, B J 
Cason, Jaska 
Cason, Taska 
Cassidy, Daniel 
Cassidy, Patrick 
Cassreino, Carey 
Castanis, Mana 
Castelli, Stephanie 

Castle, Brad 
Castle, Kaye 
Castle, Tim 
Castle, William 
Caston, Molly 
Castro, Aida 
Catham, Terry 
Caudill, John 
Caufield, Mark 
Causey, Leticia 
Causey, Zuanarda 
Cauthen, Nancy 307 

Caviness, Robert 248 

Cedotal, Jeremy 205 

Chafin, Jay 205 

Chai, Yoon-Loi 274 

Chamberlin, Missy 274 

Chambers, Letitia 274 

Chamblee, Gay 194 

Chamblee, Tim 365 

Chance, Matthew 133 

Chance, Wes 331 

Chandler, Donna 196 

Chang, Peter 227 

Channel], Sandra 352 

Chaplin, Chris 361 

Chaplin, Christopher 324 

Chaplin, Spencer 359 

Chapman, Charles 226 

Chapman, Jereme 227, 324, 361 
Chapman, Tamatha 



Chappelear, John 
Chappell, Ann 
Charm, Stephanie 
Chase, Tim 
Chatham, Kathy 
Chavez, Rafael 
Cheatham, Anna 

Cheatham, David 
Cheema, Mubashir 
Cheetam, Anna 
Chen, Bin 
Chen, Carol 
Chen, Eric 
Chen, Shaomei 
Cheng, Fei-Chen 
Cheoney, James 
Chew, Keng-Wee 
Chew, Mong-Leng 
Chiang, Kuang-Lue 
Childers, Shane 
Childs, Heath 



414 



Chiltom, Lee Ann 
Chingoma, Godfrey Paul 
Chinn, Mignon 
Chisholm, Karen 
Chism, Janet 
Chism, Susan 
Chisolm, Anne 
Chisolm, Karen 
Chittom, Gelena 
Chittom, Lee 
Chitton, Lee Anne 
Cho, Wei Wei 
Chong, Yew-Keong 
Chow, Khee Thiam 
Chow, Raymond 
Chowdappa, Asuini 
Christensen, Pernille 
Christmas, Rodney 
Christopher, David 
Christopher, Tom 
Chunn, Kevin 
Church, David 
Cicchetti, Shawn 
Cinalli, Audra 
Cipriano, Heather 
Clanton, Curt 
Clardy, Katrina 
Clark, Angela 
Clark, Angie 
Clark, Brian 
Clark, Cathy 
Clark, Dennis 
Clark, Geoff 
Clark, Geoffrey 
Clark, Hal 
Clark, Heath 
Clark, Julie 
Clark, Justin 
Clark, Karen 
Clark, Kim 
Clark, Lori 
Clark, Marvin 
Clark, Matthew 
Clark, Matthey 
Clark, Mecheii 
Clark, Mendy 
Clark, Shawn 
Clark, Stacie Ely 
Clark, Suzanne 
Clark, Toni 
Clarke, Byron 
Clarke, Karen 
Claxton, Alicia 
Claxton, Bradley 
Clay, Alexis 
Clay, Eric 
Clay, LaTonya 
Clayton, Beth 
Clayton, Jane 
Clayton, Kathryn 
Clayton, Kellie 
Clayton, Laura 



136,226,351 Clayton, Melanie 275 

226 Clayton, Shirley 194 

205 Clayton, Steve 275 

205 Clayton, Terry 196 

248 Clemente, Joseph 248 

205 Clements, Nathan 205 

205 Clendenin, Eric 206 

314 CLeveland, Andy 227 

226 Cleveland, Wigger-Poe 275 

226 Clifford, Cindy 275 

205 Cline, Nolan 133 

185 Clinton, Kenan 324 

205, 362 Close, Kim 133 

322, 323 Cloud, mark 248 

63 Cloud, Shannon 248 

205 Clowers, Holly 324 

274 Clune, Joseph 227 

248 Coates, Robert 206 

274, 352, Cobb, Randall 248 

386 Cobbins, Preston L 404 

324 Cochran, Christy 328, 335, 375 

196 Cochran, Ginny 275, 339 

274, 325 Cochran, Heather 227 

361 Cochran, James 361 

226, 328 Cochran, William 275 

185 Cockerham, Chad 206, 359 

274 Coggin, Kris 275 

196 Coggin, Lee 359 

307 Coggin, Tommy 248 

205, 338, 342 Coke, Allison 342 

205 Colbert, Lynn 185 

Cole, Dana 275, 369 

Cole, Lisa 206 

Cole, Mark 275 

Cole, Theodore 227 

Cole, Tim 356 

Coleman, Leigh 248, 341, 352 

Coleman, Libby 206, 366 

Coleman, Page 374 

Coleman, Pam 133, 248 

Coleman, Shawn 275 

Coleman, Sherry 206 

Coleman, Susan 275 

Coleman, Tabitha 275 

Colletta, Mike 227 

Collie, Barbara 275 

Collier, Kathy 352 

Collier, Kimberly 275 

Collier, Sharon 206 

Collins, Benjy 275 

Collins, Clay 331 

Collins, Cory 316,317,380 

Collins, Donna 

Collins, Jeffery 227 

Collins, Jeremy 206 

Collins, Kenneth 248 

Collins, Kim 328 

Collins, Kym 54, 227, 330 

Collins, Leslie 206, 338 

Collins, Todd 346 

Collins, Wendy 275 

Coltrin, Becky 335 

Coltrin, Rebecca 324, 361 

Combs, Bess 248, 341 

Combs, Eric 275, 340 

Compton, Jody 321 

Condello, Tina 206 

Conley, Debbie 248 

Conley, Garrison 227 

Connelly, John 275 

Connelly, Russell 206, 337 

Conner, Greg 185 

Conner, Keith F 348 

Conner, Rosemary 195 

Connor, Rosemary 196 

Conway, arty 140 

Conway, Martin 275 

Conwill, Robert 133 

Cook, Andy 275 

Cook, Ann 187 

Cook, Craig 275, 356 

Cook, Jason 141,227,324 

Cook, Jeff 85, 275, 344 

Cook, Kelly 206 

Cook, Sheila 248 

Cook, Stephen 85, 328, 366, 

372, 375, 404 

Cooke, Dana 206 

Cooley, Chris 331 

Cooley, Robin 86,331 

Cooley, Tara 248 

Coomer, Scott 248 

Cooner, Tonya 345, 355 

Cooper, Josh 227 

Cooper, Kelly 323 

Cooper, Marianne 275,320,331 

133, 248 Cooper, Tarn 38, 248 

187 Cooper, Teri 206 

133 Cooper, Yolanda 307 

164, 351 Copeland, Edward 338 

205 Copeland, James 380 

275 Copeland, Laura 321 

337, 363 Corban, Tiffni 133, 248 

170 Corbin, Amy 187 

136,351 Corbin, Johnny 86,343 

341, 366 Corbit, Allison 275 

323 Corey, Marsha 196 

322 Corhern, Amy 324, 361 
343 Corley, Camala 77 
248 Cornelius, Jesse 307 
205 Cornett, Vincent 324 

85, 275 Corpstein, Kreg 363 

275, 380 Cospelich, Wayne 249 

27, 205 Cosper, Chris 275, 368, 370 

275, 330 Costict, Timothy 249 

133,366,367 Cother, Jason 352 

133 Cotton, Lori 341 

323 Couch, Bettye 196 
275, 374, 420 Couch, Kevin 343 

248 Couch, Kim 339 

205 Courcol, Daniel 157 

195 Covington, Mark 249 

205, 337 Covington, Trena 374 

275 Coward, Meridian 196 

368, 370 Cox, Chad 227 

227 Cox, David 206 

227 Cox, Edra 386 

248 Cox, Jennifer 276, 324 

133 Cox, LaQuita 206 

227 Cox, Meredith 276 

332 Cox, Michael 324, 361 

248, 324, 339 Cox, Patrick 385 

275, 353, 379 Cox, Penny 276 

248 Cox, Tonya 249 

227 Cox, Walter 249 

205 Craft, Michelle 63, 206, 339 



205 
248, 340, 352 
205 
274, 356 
227 
307 
71, 227, 314, 
386 
205 
248 
314 
307 
329 
329 
307 
329 
307 
274 
329 



274, 314, 316, 
385 



379 
349 
205 
195 

248, 354 
354 
205 
196 

274, 382 
248 
376 
361 
275 
275 

275,327 
307 

227, 361 

85, 184 

205 

274, 345 
248 
275 



Craft, Stephanie 66, 249, 338 

Craig, Anneliese 380 

Craig, Jeri 276 

Craig, Lauri 133 

Craig, Randy 184 

Crain, Roger 223 

Cramer, Matthew 227 

Crane, Michelle 358 
Crane, Michel 276,316,338, 
372, 420 

Crane, Nathan 227 

Crane, Stacy 249 

Cranson, Christy 339 

Craven, Karie 206, 337 

Crawford, Carol 206 

Crawford, Larry 249 

Crawford, Mamie 378 

Crawford, Mbanta 249 

Crawford, Tyler 161 

Crawley, Michael 276 

Creason, Jerry 249 

Creason, Melissa 249 

Crecink, Marcia 276 

Creekmore, Donna 196 

Creekmore, Helen 133 

Creel, Ann 186 

Creel, Jodee 276 

Crenshaw, Ben 276 

Cresap, Michelle 206 

Criddle, Julie 276, 324 

Crigler, Jenny 276 

Crigler, Mark 227 

Crocker, Chena 376 

Crocker, Christine 276 

Crocker, Clay 249 

Crocker, Floyd 328, 335 

Cronier, Jennifer 55, 276 

Crosby, Monica 206 

Cross, Alan 206 

Crothers, Chris 133 

Crotwell, Dana 276 

Crow, Karen 249 

Crowder, Ken 372 

Crowder, Kendralyn 331 

Crowder, Thomas 276, 319 

Crowe, Cathy 339 

Crowe, Shane 276, 348 

Crowley, Susan 86, 276 

Crullivan, Logan 276 
Crum, Kristi 276, 368, 369 

Crutcher, Jamie 206,319 

Cuccaro, Kim 331 

Cuicchi, Christine 249, 318, 
324, 338, 378 

Cullum, Johnny 350 

Culpepper, Eric 345 

Culpepper, Eris 249 

Cumberland, Vickey 376 

Cummings, Mandy 206 

Cummings, Marsha 276 
Cummins, Beth 71,249,314, 
326, 387 
Cummins, Gene 276, 322, 329 

Cunetto, Maria 38, 227 

Cunningham, Jason 187 

Cunningham, Matthew 133 

Cupil, Creshona 206 
Cupit, Dana 276, 343, 360, 363 

Cureington, Adriane 75 

Cureington, Adriene 74 

Curlin, Tom 348 

Curran, Matt 367 

Curran, Matthew 276 

Curro, Joseph 138 

Curtis, James 276 

Curtis, Kathy 320,331 

Curtis, Kimberly 276 

Cwiklik, Gwen 368 

D 

D'Aluisio, Joseph 249 

D'Arcy, Craig 206 

Dabbs, Laurie 206 

Dagnall, Georgi 333 
Dahlem, James 

Dailey, Stephanie 133, 249 

Daily, Jacqueline 197 

Dakin, Greg 276 

Dalcour, Claudis HI 206 

Dale, Mark 345 

Dale, Steven 197 
Dallas, Andrea 314,315,378 
Dalrymple, Sherrodd 276, 335 

Dalton, Jacquelyn 276 

Daly, Antonoius 276 
Damiens, Christophe 156, 157 

Dancy, Kebebe 227 

Dancy, Keletha 206 
Daniel, Bryan 133, 276, 318 
Daniel, Chuck 166,170,171, 
172 

Daniel, Robert 133 

Daniels, David 186 

Dante, Charles 320 

Darby, Chanda 227 

Darby, Mindy 249 

Darden, Julie 277, 334 

Darmer, Andrew 133, 361 

Darmer, Drew 362 

Darnell, Haley 206, 337 

Darumer, Drew 228 

Daves, Arwell 207 

Daves, Bridget! 228 

Daves, Kelli 228 

Davide, Michael 323 

Davide, Mike 322 

Davidson, Gary D 335, 366 

Davidson, Libbie 249 

Davidson, Shannon 228 

Davies, Cara 326 

Davis, Ancivia 207 

Davis, Anne 277, 355 

Davis, Ashlye 136, 137 

Davis, Audrey 277 

Davis, Brian 249 

Davis, Carol 228 

Davis, Chris 277 

Davis, Cody 277 

Davis, Detra 133 

Davis, Ethel 277, 381 

Davis, Frank 359 
Davis, Jennifer 133. 228, 360 

Davis, John 277, 420 

Davis, Karen 277, 334 

Davis, Kimberly 324 

Davis, LaKesha 207 

Davis, Louis 277 



Davis, Michael 122, 133, 207, 
277 

Davis, Michelle 249 

Davis, Thomas 307 

Dawkins, Brice 207 

Dawkins, Michael 207 

Dawson, Piper 207, 342 

Day, Shane 277, 334 

Day, Tonya 277, 380 

Dean, Kimberly 277, 332 

Dean, Scotty 197 

Dearholt, Don 329 

Dearman, Melissa 228 

DeBardelaben, Kelly 380, 382 

Debardelaben, Marcy 249 

Decker, Neil 277,318 

DeDoes, Karen 184 

Deeds, Dr Jacquelyn 346 

Dees, Amy 228 

Dees, Ginny 338 

Dees, Jennifer 207,367 

DeFord, Logan 170 

DeGroote, Jessica 314,317, 
324, 337, 361, 378 

DeLeUis, Robert 249 

Delinski, Peter 249 

Delk, Frederick 249 

DelPrince, Jim 373 

DeMarco, Joann 184 

Dement, James 329 

Denmark, Brian 133 

Dennis, Eric 249 

Dennis, Kathryn 249, 324 

Dent, Adrian 133 

Denton, Dee 277 

Derryhill, Derek 351 

Deshazer, Westley 314,317, 
332, 362 

Deshler, Garvin 356 
Deshmukh, Harshwardham 

307 

Desilets, Christian 207 

Deuter, Brian 228, 361 

Devaud, Brenda 350 

Dewalt, Bradley 228 

Dewberry, Lynn 207 

Deweese, Brent 170 

DeWeese, Tony 249 

Dewolf, Dennis 207 

DeWolf, Wendy 277, 326 

Dhage, Sunil 307 

Dick, Kendall 277 

Dickerson, Erin 207 

Dickey, Jon 324,361 

Dickson, Billy 277, 397 

Diffey, Angels 187 

Dildar, Tahir 329, 360 

Dill, Brian 277 

Dill, Michael 228 

Dill, Patricia 324, 361 

Dilworth, Laurie 184 

Dilworth, Mary 361 

Dion, Gary 207 

DiPascal, Dominick 277 

Dixon, George 277 

Dixon, Kathy 207 

Dixon, Kawn 207 

Dixon, Patrick 54, 307 

Dixon, Susan 228, 338 

Djire, Issa 349 

Do, Kim 324 
Dobbs, Amy 54, 228, 338, 361 

Dodd, Thomas 133 

Dode, Tushar 329 

Doll, Melissa 249, 361 
Dollar, Rebecca 133, 249, 339 
Domingue, David 144, 148, 151 

Donald, Robin 316 

Dong, Kimberly 249, 361 

Donlin, Chuck 339, 385 

Donnaway, J 339 

Donohoe, Pat 348 

Donovan, Lisa 194 

Dorizas, John 277 

Dorizas, Niki 277, 355 

Dorney, Kirsten 185 

Dorrill, Renee 324 

Dorris, Debbie 376 

Dorsey, Brian 332, 380 

Dorsey, George 133 

Dorsey, Katrina 55 

Dorsey, Marlon 148 

Doss, Adrian 329 

Doss, Kelvin 277, 356 

Douglas, Charles 249 

Douglas, Charlie 337 

Douglas, Samuel 207 

Douglas, Shannon 133, 277 

Dowdy, Kelley 249, 340 

Downey, Janet 228,339 

Dowsing, Robert 277, 344 

Draffen, John Mark 249, 330 

Draffen, Mark 54, 333 

Drake, Amber 207 

Drake, Ruthie 353 

Drake, Sonia 335 

Draper, Michael 307 

Draper, Mike 344 

Drummond, Melissa 277 
DuBard, Michele 277, 325, 374 

DuBose, Christy 207 

Dubose, Enrique 249 

Duck, Marlon 60, 250 

Duck, Reberta 277 

Duckworth, Morie 250 

Dudley, Christie 277 

Duke, Rodney 278 

Duke, Will 186 

Dukes, Charla 194, 197 

Dulaney, Brett 387 

Duianey, Kim 86 

Dulaney, Shawn 86, 333, 381 

Dumas, John Dale 314, 343, 
372 

Dumas, Mark 250, 324 

Dumas, Soretia 71, 386 

Dunaway, Melissa 71, 340 

Dunaway, Timothy 133 

Duncan, Anne 250, 324 

Duncan, Christy 324 

Duncan, Susan 250 

Duncan, Tim 377, 385 

Duncan, Timothy 228 

Dunn, Derrick 207 

Dunn, Kelly 60 

Dunn, Sudrick 197 



Dunning, Catherine 278 

Dunning, Cathy 339, 360 

Durham, Clint 187 

Durham, Kenna Starkville 250 
Durham, Kim 86, 278 

Duty, Jennifer 133, 250, 380, 
381 
Dye, Brad 278, 354 

Dye, Sherry 133, 338 

Dyer, Chris 359 

Dykes, Brian 250 

Dyson, Jennifer 250 



Eakin, Jason 
Ealy-Bolton, Tarsh 
Eargie, Michele 
Eargle, Michele 
Earnhart, Shelley 
Easley, Carmen 



228 
278 
278 
86 
250 
136 



Easley, Darrell 133, 207, 362 

Easley, Joan 250,372,377 

Easley, Joel 228,338,385 

Easley, Shelton 278 

Easom, Kristie 353 
East, Allison 278, 325, 339 

Easterling, Shayne 133, 228, 
328, 337 
Eatman, Crystel 319,339,386, 
387 

Eatman-Hearn, Crystel 278 

Eaves, Tracy 207 

Echelberry, Todd 374 

Echiburn, Titin 250 

Echiburu, Titan 361 

Echols, Gail 324 
Ecke, April 138, 139, 250, 351 

Eckert, Heath 345 

Edens, Mylissa 250 

Edens, Shonda 366 

Edgewater, Mike 315 

Edgeworth, Mike 228,316 

Edison, Freddy 332 

Edmond, Tasha 228 

Edmondson, Tim 321, 325 

Edmonson, Avery 340 

Edmonson, Owen 83, 86, 278, 
386 

Edwards, Amy 250 

Edwards, Brian 250 

Edwards, Carlow 207 

Edwards, David 278 

Edwards, Debbie 278 

Edwards, Evan 197 

Edwards, Felecia 250 

Edwards, Jennifer 228 

Edwards, Sherrie 278 

Edwards, Stephanie 278 
Edwards, Steve 194, 195, 197 

Egdorf, Janelle 380 

Egdorf, Lee 380, 381 

Egerson, Tywanda 207, 332 

Eglin, Dr Judy 367 

Ehrgott, John 278 

Ehridge, Kim 330 
Eichelberger, Euronda 67, 331 
Eichelberger, Rhonda 197, 250 

Eiland, Steve 278 

Elam, Derrek 334 

Elbert, Brian 55 

Elhins, Will 321 

Eliason, Shanon 278, 380 

Elisar, Katherine 133 

Elisar, Kathy 80,81,228 

Elkins, Julie 250 

Elledge, Mike 133, 362 

Elliers, Christopher 133, 250 

Elliot, Amanda 207 

Elliot, Karilynn 335 

Elliott, Karilynn 278 

Ellis, Ann 333 

Ellis, Beth 207 

Ellis, Betsy 207 

Ellis, Chip 362 

Ellis, Melody 133 

Ellis, Reginald 133 

Ellis, Sharon 250 

Ellis, Wendy 250 

Elwart, Brandy 63, 133, 207 

Elwell, Eric 228, 361 

Embry, Vince 148, 150 

Emerson, Terry 334 

Emfinger, Jeffrey 250 

England, Leslie 278 

Engler, Roert 359 

Enlow, Tina 334 

Ennis, Jean 184 

Epps, Latanya 278 

Epps, Tyler 278, 365 

Erby, Genea 387 

Ervin, Adrian 278 

Estes, Lester 347 

Estes, Sabrina 207, 372 

Esther, Kennon 133 

Etheridge, Berkley 207 

Ethridge, Amy 195, 197 

Ethridge, Dean 228 

Ethridge, Julie 197 

Ethridge, Kim 250, 358, 372 

Eubanks, Jennifer 250 

Eubanks, Ronald 207 

Eubanks, Tina 278 

Eubanks, Trent 278 

Evans, Andrea 228, 340 

Evans, Brian 324, 348 

Evans, Charles 133, 278 

Evans, Chuck 145, 146, 148, 
149, 151 

Evans, Devonna 278 

Evans, Edward 87, 250, 278, 
347, 397 

Evans, Jimmie 250 

Evans, Joe 381 

Evans, John 278, 384, 397 

Evans, Karen Ruth 250 

Evans, Marc 207 

Evans, Marlene 329 

Evans, Melodi 250 

Evans, Park 170 

Evans, Rodney 228 

Evans, Valerie 250 

Everett, Anne K 207, 380, 381 

Everett, Beth 187 

Everett, Lauren 278 

Everett, Lavell 278, 351 

Everett, Matt 381 

Everett, Matthew 380 



Everett, Nancie 279, 377, 380, 
381 
Everett, Stuart 279, 357 

Evetts, Shelly 279, 354 

Ewing, Angela 56, 228 

Ewing, Chris 87, 279 

Ewing, Jill 207 

Ewing, Martha 338 

Ezell, Rita 228 

F 
Fager, Genevieve 80 

Faintain, Tashia Shante 67 

Fairchild, Ramona 133 

Fairley, LaKisha 207 

Falgares, Heather 207 

Famenco, Sandra 279 

Fancher, Mark 54 

Fancher, Michelle 337 

Fang, Zhanshan 307 

Farley, Natalie 324 

Farmer, Renee 197 

Faroov, Khalid 349 

Farr, Denton 87, 279, 354, 372, 
387 
Farrell, Suzanna 207, 344 

Faucette, Shannon 197 

Faussone, Diane 228 

Fayard, Michael 279 

Fehrenbacher, Dawn 374 

Felder, Bill 307 

Felder, Jennifer 279, 337, 352 
Felder, Richard 279 

Felks, Shannon 56, 279, 365 

Felty, Eric 359 

Ferguson, Brandi 228,316,324, 
338 
Ferguson, Christy 251 

Ferguson, Matthew 208 

Ferguson, Tedra 251 

Ferrell, Kendra 208, 333. 380, 
381 
Fesler, Charles 208 

Fetner, Deric 279 

Field, Karen 372 

Fields, Bonita 55. 279, 347 

Fields, Chris 229 

Fields, Shanatel 335 

Fillingame, Alice Hattiesburg 

279 

Finch, Jeff 356 

Finch, Jeffrey 307 

Fisher, Terry 251,340,380 

Fitzgerald, Carlton 229, 361 

Fitzhugh, Kendra 279 

Fitzpatrick, Amy 186 

Flatgard, Spence 314,387 

Flautt, Krisin 339 

Flautt, Kristin 251, 358, 372, 

386 

Fleming, Andra 229 

Fleming, Hap 170 

Fleming, Jerry D 404 

Fleming, Tim 186 

Flessner, Robyn 136 

Fletcher, Brad 279 

Fletcher, Ed 279, 356 

Fletcher, Prisctlla 208 

Flint, Scott 197 

Flournoy, Rebecca 208 

Flowers, Cam 208, 338 

Floyd, Latrina 133, 208 

Fly, Millie 279 

Flynn, Rachael 229 

Flynn, Rachel 361 

Fogle, Lasca 279, 328 

Folsom-Wright, Sharon 366 

Fonck, Thad 327 

Fonck, Thaddeus B 229, 336, 

337 

Fondren, Bethany 208 

Fondren, Cecelia 279 

Fondren, Myra 229, 361 

Fondren, Stephanie 251 

Foo, Alex 349 

Fooshee, Chad 320 

Forbus, Geoff 279 

Ford, Amy 133, 229 

Ford, Bill 329 

Ford, Joel 319 

Ford, Lee 122, 129 

Ford, Leslie 251 

Ford, Lynne 363 

Ford, Mary Louise 251 

Ford, Nicki 136 

Ford, Stephen 229 

Fordham, David 229 

Fordham, Michelle 187 

Forrest, Darrin 404 

Forrest, LaSaun 332 

Forsman, Allen 279, 355 

Fortenberry, Betty 229 

Fortenberry, Jason 133 

Fortenberry, Jennifer 219 

Fortenberry, Parrish 324, 331 

Fortunato, Anna 374 

Foster, Becky 

Foster, Darrin 

Foster, Eddie 197 

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Foster, Johnnie 361 

Foster, Rebecca 13? 

Foster, Robert ■ ^ ! 

Foster, Tracey 251 

Fowler, Stephanie 187 

Fox, Peter 25 1 

Foxworth, Robert 359 

Fracchia, James 
Fracchia, Jeff 
Francis, Tommy 
Frank, Eileen 377 

Frank, Frederick 133, 229 

Frank, Tom 279 

Franke, Dana 251, 337, 353 

Franklin, Michael 
Franks, Dr Susan 354 

Franks, Stacey 251 

Franz, Shawna 208 

Fraser, Darrel 133 

Fraser, Keith 362 

Frederick, Katie 229, 361 

Fredericks, Russell 187 

Freed, Michael 133 

Freeman, Greg 

Freeman, Zandra 133, 331, 332 
Freeswick, Shannon 
Freeze, Terry 



Frefichs, Mary 

Freibert, Anna 
French, Brand i 
French, Brian 
Freret, Stephen 
Frerichs, Mary 
Freshwater, Renee 
Frey, Kristi 
Frick, Clay 
Frost, Angela 
Frost, Angie 
Frost, Jerry 
Frye, Charles Jr 
Frye, Chuck 
Frye, Timothy 
Fryery, Watson 
Fugay, Dr John 
Fulcher, Julie 
Fulcher, Roben 
Fulford, Stephanie 



361 

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251 

343, 374 

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324, 361 

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Fullen, Lucy 229, 324, 333, 361 



Fuller, David 
Fuller, Jennifer 
Fuller, Kevin 
Fuller, Marian 
Fuller, Matt 
Fuller, Sue 
Fulton, Brian 
Fyke, Harry 



208 
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208 
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133,279 
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Gafford, Jeff 
Gagne, Henry 
Gaines, Kerry 
Gaines, Steve 
Gainey, Jason 
Gaither, Julia 
Gallaher, Matt 
Gallaher, Melissa 
Galle, Melissa 
Galloway, J T 

Gambrel, Pam 280 

Gammon, Chris 208 

Gandy, Becky 195 
Gandy, Christa 251, 380 

Gandy, Jennifer 280 

Gandy, Lula 229 

Gandy, Rebecca 197 

Ganley, Jennifer 280 

Gann, Michelle 133 

Gann, Paul 133 

Ganti, Avinash 280 

Garbarino, Shawn 280 

Garcia, Carolina 229 

Garcia, Cecilia 251 

Garcia, J Ryan 208 

Garcia, Paty 185 
Garcia-Maldonado, Betsy 229 

Gardner, Chris 12 1 

Gardner, Gard 359 

Gardner, Greg 404 

Gardner, Patti 229 

Gardner, Pricilla 280 

Gardner, Priscilla 331 

Gargrove, Christer 385 

Garick, Sean 318 
Garley, Laurann 73, 324 
Gamer, Eric 280, 347 

Garner, George 280 

Garner, Gina 251 
Garner, Ron 280, 318 

Garner, Sarah 280 

Garner, Todd 280 
Garnjanasoowlin, Atipparut 



Garrard, Jennifer 
Garrett, Brandy 
Garrett, Pat 
Garrett, Steven 

I Garrick, Lori 
Garriga, Amanda 
Garriga, Sara 
Garrison, Melissa 
Garrity, Byron 
Gartman, Cecilia 
Gartman, Kenneth 
Garvin, William 
Garviw, William 

I Gaskin, John 
Gassen, Esther 
Gaston, Jennifer 
Gaston, Robyn 

I Gaston, Ronnie 

i Gates, Lorenzo 
Gates, Shannon 

: Gates, Wesley 

l Gatlin, Ashley 
Gatlin, Chris 

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Gay, John 

I Gayden, Lorenza 
Gay den, Lorenzo 

1 Gely, Geza Angela 

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i Gentry, Judd 
Genusa, Janet 
Gercena, Karl 
Gerow, Josh 
Geixisn, James 
Gnezzi, Michele 
Gbiton, Jennifer 
Gibbon, Kirk 
Gibbs, Carla 
Gibbs, David 

Gibbs, Joe 
Gibbs, Nicole 
Gibson, Arleye 
Gibson, Heath 
Gibson, Jenifer 
Gibson, Joe 
Gibson, Margaret 
Gibson, Stephanie 
Gilbert, Dr Kathy 

' Gilbert, Lee 

, Gilbreath, Jan 

I Giles, Alan 

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1 Gill, Mary Elizabeth 

I Gill, Matt 

| Gilley, Jennifer 

: Gilliam, Rocky 

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Gilliland, Jerry 
Gilliland, Jill 
Gillis, Matt 
Gillis, Norman 
Gillizand, Jerry 
Gilme, Julie 
Gilmer, Glenn 
Gilmore, Bob 
Gilmore, Robert 
Gilmore, Thomas 
Given, Anna 
Given, Steve 
Givens, David 
Givens, Elmetra 
Givens, Sabrina 
Givens, Toxie 
Gladney, Creacy 
Gladney, Teresa 
Glass, Jennifer 
Gleason, Michael 
Glenn, Dan 
Glenn, Lora 
Glenn, Roben 
Glenn, Tracy 
Glenn, Victor 
Glover, Hollis 
Glover, Jim 
Godfrey, Lincoln 
Godgans, Kenya 
Goetz, Elizabeth 
Goff, Marty 
Goforth, Cathy 87, 



281, 



Goggans, Kenya 
Goggans, Mike 
Goglia, Adam 



Goings, Jennifer 
Goldbeck, Mark 
Goldberg, Steven 
Golden, Brenda 
Goldman, Christi 87, 
Goldsworthy, Shannon 
316, 
Gollott, Denise 
Gomez, Patricia 
Gomez, Patty 
Gonzales, Mark 
Goodall, Nancy 
Goode, Emily 
Goodin, Kenneth 
Goodwin, Holly 
Goon, Ludwig 
Gooshee, Chad 
Goralczyk, Aimee 
Gordon, Angela 
Gordon, Brian 252, 

Gordon, Duane 333, 
Gordon, Gina 
Gordon, Jim 252,324, 

Gordon, Kimberly 
Gordon, Kyle 55, 252, 
Gordon, Scott 
Gordon, T Duane 
Goree, Jay 194, 

Gosa, Kendall 
Gossage, ichetle 
Gossage, Michelle 
Gosset, Stacy 
Gossett, Stacy 
Goudelock, S Lee 
Gousset, James M 
Goussett, Mickey 
Gowan, Mike 
Gowen, Lon 
Goyaliya, Vinamra 
Goza, Benny 
Goza, Cynthia 
Grabowski, Crawford 
Gracey, Tanya 
Grady, Brenda 
Grady, Edward 
Grafton, Jeremy 87, 
333, 343, 
Graham, Charles 
Graham, DarreU 
Graham, Joseph 
Graham, Wes 
Grandpre, Ed 
Granger, Brian 133, 

Grant, arcus 
Grant, John 
Grant, Marcus 
Grant, Ricky 
Grantham, Brad 
Grantham, James 
Grasmehr, Gayle 
Grassel, Claus 
Grassel, Sakia 
Grassel, Saskia 
Grau, Jennifer 
Graves, Andy 
Graves, Bobby 
Graves, Carol Ann 
Graves, Pat 
Graves, Paul 
Graves, Rachelie 
Graves, Scott 
Graves, Steffanie 
Graves, Tarone 
Gray, Amy 
Gray, Benjie 
Gray, Betsy 
Gray, Brian 
Gray, David 
Gray, Debbie 
Gray, Gretchen 
Gray, Herbert 
Gray, Jason 

Gray, Jim 281 

Gray, LaVonda 
Gray, Mindy 
Green, Alex 
Green, Ashby 
Green, Ashley 
Green, Byron 133 

Green, Clark 
Green, Clint 
Green, Kerry 
Green, Kevin 88, 281 

Green, Lee 
Green, Mechelle 
Green, Stephen 



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Green, Suzanne 315, 361 

Greenaway, Erica 133, 252 

Greenwood, Brian 281 

Greenwood, Darnella 209 

Greenwood, Pamela 281, 374 
Greer, Alex 337, 374 

Greer, Anthony 154 

Greer, Craig 252 

Greer, Dale 327 

Greer, Lee 319,344 

Greer, Michele 187 

Greer, Suzanne 38, 209, 386 

Gregory, Tammy 252 

Gresset, Andria 383 

Gressett, Andria 252, 324 

Grey, Jessica 209 

Grider, Wesley 281 

Griffie, Sam 281 

Griffin, Chris 230 

Griffin, Comesha Lesondra 80, 
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Griffin, Donna 28 1 

Griffin, Jason 133, 178, 230, 

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Griffin, Joseph 
Griffin, Kevin 
Griffin, Kim 
Griffin, Suzie 
Griffin, Terrence 
Griffin, Tonita 
Griffin, Walter 
Griffith, Mark 
Grigson, Lance 
Griswold, Elizabeth 
Grizzell, Scharvin 
Groce, Pamela 
Groner, Melanie 
Groner, Michelle 
Gross, Alia 
Gross, Alice 
Gross, Trevor 
Gu, Albert G 
Gudipati, Prasad 
Guest, Gina 
Guest, Scott 
Guevara, Claudia 
Guice, Tara 
Guichard, Sylvain 
Guin, Christy 
Guin, Kristy 
Gulbrandsen, Michael 
Gumina, Scott 
Gunn, Deleslyn 
Gunter, Juli 
Gunter, Nikki 
Gupta, Debraj 
Guynes, David 

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Haar, Jon 
Habbard, Robert 
Habron, Geoffrey 
Hackman, Margie 
Haik, Jon 
Hailey, B J 
Hailey, Tom 
Hair, Erin 
Haire, Angela 
Haire, Paul 
Hale, Kelli 
Hale, Melanie 
Hale, Susan 
Haley, Kristine 
Hall, Chris 
Hall, Joey 
Hall, John 
Hall, Karen 
Hall, Kenneth R 
Hall, Lea 
Hall, Martha 
Hall, Michael 
Hall, Michelle 
Hall, Shelley 
Hall, Stephanie 
Hall, Varrian 
Hallenbeck, Doug 
Hallmar, Terry 
Hamann, Marc 
Hamby, Roseann 
Hamby, Trey 
Hamer, Jaquator 
Hamer, Robert 
Hames, Jason 
Hamff, Allison 
Hamilton, Renae 
Hamilton, Sheldon 
Hammett, Holly 
Hammock, Ronda 
Hammond, Doug 
Hammond, Tom 
Hamner, John 
Hamner, Leah 
Hampton, Lawanda 
Hamrick, DeWayne 
Hamuddin, 11 
Hand, Shane 
Hankins, Hollie 
Hanna, Kim 
Hanna, Michelle 
Hannah, Reggie 
Hannah, Teresa 
Hannon, Tamra 
Hanseli, Marina 
Hansford, Christi 
Hao, Wan-Ting 
Haque, Ahmad 
Haralson, Cynthia 
Harbin, Sharon 
Harbin, Shawanda 
Harcharik, Sandi 
Hardaway, Montie 
Harden, Jon 
Harden, Nat 
Harder, Brenton 
Hardimon, Pamela 
Hardin, Bill 
Hardin, Jana 
Hardin, Melinda 
Hardin, William 
Hardwick, Barbara 
Hardwick, Cheri 
Hardy, Michelle 
Hardy, Rebecca 
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Harmon, Mance 
Harmond, Jennifer 
Harojono, Lisa 
Harper, Brian 
Harper, Fitzgerald 
Harper, Holly 
Harper, Penny 
Harper, Rachel 
Harper, Robert 
Harper, Suzanne 
Harre, Cynthia 
Harrell, Cheri 
Harrick, Dana 
Harrick, Kristen 
Harrick, Kristie 
Harrington, Anita 
Harrington, Paige 
Harris, Amy 
Harris, Andrea 
Harris, Angela 
Harris, Gary 
Harris, illie 
Harris, J B 
Harris, Laura 
Harris, Michael 
Harris, Patsy 
Harris, Ray 
Harris, Robert 
Harris, Shulanda 
Harris, Susan 
Harris, Vanessa 
Harrison, Angelia 
Harrison, Beth 
Harrison, David 
Harrison, Frederick 
Harrison, Jeff 
Harrison, Kendall 
Harrison, Kris 
Harrison, Susan 
Harrist, Al 
Hart, Adrienne 
Hart, Allison 
Hart, Candace 
Hart, David 
Han, Frances 



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Hart, Stacey 
Hart, Stephanie 
Harrwell, Jennifer 
Hartwig, Melanie 
Hartzog, Glen 
Harun, Zuraini 
Harvey, Kermit 
Harvey, Kristen 
Haste, Kimberly 
Hastings, Andrea 
Hastings, Shirley W 
Hasty, Christopher 
Hataway, Danie 
Hataway, Gary 
Hataway, Marie 
Hatcher, Vickie 
Hatchett, Meg 
Hathcock, Stephen 
Hatheway, Stacey 
Hatings, Andrea 
Haug, Christopher 
Hawkins, Beth 
Hawkins, Brian 



132, 133 



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Hawkins, Chad 
Hawkins, Chadwick 
Hawkins, Jennifer 
Hawkins, Kristy 
Hawkins, Thomas 
Hawkins, Virginia 
Hawks, Christy 
Hawks, Jennifer 253, 314, 339, 
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230, 353, 380 
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Hawthorne, Jeffery 
Hayat, Umer 
Hayden, Mike 
Hayes, Dephane 
Hayes, Melvin 
Hayes, Robbie 
Hayles, Joey 
Haynes, Beth 
Haynes, Chuck 
Haynes, Kristin 



253 
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283, 391 
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74, 75, 79, 80, 88, 
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Hays, Mitzi 
Hazelton, Madrina 
Hazlegrove, Amy 
Hazleton, Madrinna 
Head, Marcus 
Healey, John 
Heaps, Christopher 
Heaps, Chris 
Heard, Craig 
Hearn, Kevin 
Hearn-Eatman, Crystel 
Hearron, Christee 
Hearst, Laurie 
Heath, Jared 
Heavener, Lisa 
Hedgpeth, Kevin 
Hedrick, Steve 
Hee, Chee-Kiong 
Heep, Jenae 
Heeps, Jenae 
Heering, Kevin 
Heering, Kim 
Hegan, Steve 
Hegan, teve 
Heggie, Allen 
Hegler, Jennifer 
Heitmueller, Matt 
Heitzmann, Brett 
Helmeth, Craig 
Helms, emmye Ann 
Helms, Jemmye Ann 
Helmuth, Craig 
Helton, Brian 
Helton, Melanie 

Hemby, Lisa 
Hemphill, Shanda 
Hemsley, Mike 
Henderson, Amy 
Henderson, Carl 
Henderson, Cathy 

Henderson, David 



374 

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Henderson, Gary 
Henderson, Katherine 

Henderson, Kristi 
Henderson, Lea 253 
Henderson, Lynn 283, 
368, 369, 
Henderson, Matt 253, 
Henderson, Paul 
Henderson, Scott 
Henderson, Thomas 
Hendrix, Burke 
Henley, Carman 
Henley, Carmen 
Henley, Lisa 253, 324, 
Henry, Bill 
Henry, Kevin 
Henry, Leigh 
Henry, Marie 
Henry, Mark 
Hensley, Eric 
Hensley, Missy 88, 

Henson, Chase 
Henson, Jeff 
Henson, William 
Herbert, Dave 
Herndon, Kristi 
Herren, Amanda 
Herrin, Anthony 
Herring, Clyde 
Herring, Stephanie 

Herring, Virgil 
Herrington, Amy 
Herrington, Les 
Herrington, Lester 
Herrington, Sara 
Hertzog, Scott 
Hess, Melissa 
Hester, Elizabeth 
Hester, Lea 
Hester, Mary 
Hewlette, Karen 
Hicks, Alan 
Hicks, Annette 
Hicks, Bonney 
Hicks, Emily 
Hicks, Heather 
Hicks, James 
Higgason, Becky 
Higgins, Michael 
Hightower, Dwayne 
Hightower, Scarlett 
Hill, Dorothy 
Hill, Jennifer 
Hill, Leigh 
Hill, Michael 
Hill, Robin 

Hill, Stephanie 66, 

Hill, Suzanne 
Hill, Tiffanee 
Hill, Traci 
Hill, Tripp 
Hill, Virginia 
Hill, William 
Hilleke, Leasha 
Hillhouse, Dee 
Hilliard, Tessa 
Hinchey, Carley 
Hines, Cynthia 
Hines, Marie 
Hinman, Todd 
Hinshaw, Katye 
Hinton, Chandra 
Hinton, Hanson 
Hipp, Steven 
Hobbs, Marcus 
Hobbs, Richard 
Hodge, Carolyn 
Hodge, Leianna 
Hodge, Quinton 
Hodge, Tim 
Hodges, Don 
Hodges, Michele 
Hodges, Michelle 
Hodges, Shellie 
Hodges, Shelli 283, 

Hodum, Charles 
Hodum, Chuck 
Hoff, Jennifer 
Hoff, Todd 
Hoffman, Mike 
Hogan, Eric 
Hogan, Ettaronda 
Hogan, Lenora 
Hogue, Blair 
Hogue, Sylvia 
Holbrook, Jennifer 
Holbrook, Nikki 
Holbrook, Rob 
Holbrooks, Michael 
Holcomb, Allisyn 
Holcomb, Melissa 
Holder, Amy 231, 

Holder, Bryan 
Holder, Elizabeth 
Holder, Gary 
Holdcrfield, Shannon 
Holke, Christopher 
Holland, Daniel 
Holland, Edward 
Holland, Heather 54, 

Holland, Kevin 284, 

Holland, Mark 
Holland, Roben 
Holland, Steven 
Hollar, Dawn 136 

Holley, Chad 
Holley, Mark 
Holliday, Karen 
Holliday, William 
Holliman, Amy 
Holliman, Brandi 314 
Hollingswonh, Andy 
Hollingswonh, Beth 
Hollis, Steve 
Hollomon, Whit 
Holloway, David 
Holloway, Kendall 
Holloway, Roben 



66, 253, 

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378 

283 

374, 379 

336, 338, 

372,420 

316, 365 
283 
283 
253 

333, 343 

210 

38 

338, 364 
367 
125 
254 
55 
318 
210 

283, 314, 

317, 372 
157, 231 

324 

324, 361 
254 
231 
210 
283 
331 
377, 380, 
381 
359 

254, 320 

254, 362 
133 
55, 133 
210 
254 
133 
210 

133, 210 

254, 348 

380, 381 
197 
231 

324, 361 
210 

283, 374 
283 

283, 339 
133 
231 
254 
283 
254 
359 
133 
. 254, 366 
283 

231,361 
283 

170, 283 
283 
197 

133,231 
321 

254, 324 
210 
210 
281 
283 
210 

283, 363 
254 
375 
404 
231 

254, 340 
210 
283 

186 

345 

210 
383 
420 
, 324, 376 
254 
337 
254, 337 

283, 357 
133 
231 
284 
284 
254 
284 
210 
231 
377 
284 
133 
210 

320, 324, 
361, 376 
284 
210 
254 
210 
231 
284 
284,319 

254, 330, 
363 

324, 354, 
357 
186 
185 
231 

284, 351 
324, 354 

284 
231 
231 
210 
324, 361 
365 
210 
254 
337 
284 
322 
210 



Holly, Shannon 
Holman, Glenn 
Holmberg, Shar 
Holmes, Chris 
Holmes, Hayley 
Holmes, Michael 
Holt, Brian 
Holtcamp, Andy 
Homan, Clay 
Homan, Evelyn 
Homan, Joseph 
Honea, Dickey 
Honea, Dicki 
Hong, Guangzhi 
Hood, Gena 
Hood, Kristen 
Hood, Laney 
Hood, Lou Ann 254, 
Hood, Martha 
Hood, Roger 
Hood, Steve 
Hooker, Vernell 
Hooks, Amy 
Hoots, Michael 
Hoover, Britton 
Hoover, Jon Jon 
Hopkins, Aretha 
Hopkins, Henretta 
Hopkins, Hollis 
Hopkins, Kevin 
Hopkins, Loretta 
Hoque, Sylvia Lynn 
Horel, Phil 
Horel, Phillip 
Horn, Fatie 
Home, Latarsha 
Home, Tina 
Horton, Brad 
Horton, Cheryl 
Honon, Chris 
Honon, Elizabeth 
Honon, James 
Horton, Lacy 
Horton, Saundra 
Honon, Steve 
Hosford, Mark 
Hotard, Alan 284, 331, 
Hotard, Allen 
Hotchkiss, Jennifer 
Houp, Mandy 
Houston, Linda 
Houston, Teresa 
Houston, Tina 284, 

Houts, James 
Houts, Jay 
Hovater, Jon 
Hovator, John 
Howard, Cameron 
Howard, Cyndi 
Howard, Donald 
Howard, Esther 
Howard, Jeremy 
Howard, Sandra 
Howard, Thomas 
Howe, Tom 
Howell, Chad 284, 

Howell, Hank 
Howell, Henry 
Howell, Holly 
Howell, Keven 
Howes, Jason 
Howze, Kevin 
Hoye, James 
Huam, Evelyn 
Hubbard, James 
Hudson, Chris 
Hudson, Christopher 
Hudson, Cynthia 
Hudson, Janell 
Hudson, Jill 
Hudson, Jody 
Hudson, Roman 
Hudspeth, Quentin 
Huff, Karen 
Huffman, John 
Huggins, Eric 
Huggins, Nikki 
Hughes, Angela 
Hughes, Darren 
Hughes, Deborah 285, 
Hughes, Jonathan 
Hughes, Nathan 
Hughes, Raymond 
Hughes, Sandy 
Hughes, Sherry 
Hughey, Brian 
Hughey, Rick 
Hulett, Bobby 
Hulgan, Valerie 
Hull, Anginette 
Humbarger, Kim 255, 
Humphrey, Jason 
Humprey, Jason 
Hundley, Amy 
Hunt, Corey 
Hunt, Keith 
Hunt, Sally 88, 285, 
Hunt, Stacia 
Hunter, Holly 
Hunter, Melissa 
Hurd, Amanda 
Hurd, Janice 
Hurd, Wendy 231, 

Hurst, Stephanie 
Hurt, Kelly 
Hurt, Mills 
Huskey, Jerry 
Hussain, Maqsood 
Hussain, Zamir 
Huston, John 
Hutchens, Elizabeth 
Hutcheson, Tammy 
Hutchins, Chris 
Hutchins, Kengi 
Hutchins, Timothy 
Hutchinson, Eric 
Hux, Bryan 
Hyams, Daniel 255 

1 
Iannone, Jeryl Ann 
Iderstine, Van Eric 

II, Edward Rice 

III, Johnnie Jordan 
III, William Robertson 
Ikerd, Mary Carolyn 



335 
231 

254 

133,381 

211 

254 

284 

184 

161 

307 

254 

21 1 

314 

307 

254 

133,231 

211, 386 

324, 339 

254 

284 

231 

284 

231, 328 

284, 343 

284 

284 

211 

254 

231 

284, 337 
254 

80 
363 
284 
197 
211 
211,332 
334 
284 
382 
254 
284 

254, 324 
284 

54, 324 
211 

339, 360 

55 

63, 133 

254 

211 

211, 356 

317,337 
211 
63 
362 
133 
324 

324, 342 
347 
352 

133, 284 
195 
254 
170 

344,357 
338 
361 
314 
324 
284 
284 
255 
363 
284 
284 
133 
285 

285, 331 
198 
231 
255 
285 

231, 324 
133 

340, 356 
337 

374, 379 
255 

352, 354 
344 
231 

281 
285 

133,211 
231 

285, 343 
285 
198 
211 

386, 387 
323 
322 
379 

285, 365 
285 

352, 372 

231,378 

333, 380 
211 
211 
285 

324, 342 
324 
285 
255 
255 
360 
349 

285, 334 
133 
133 
255 
211 
255 
20 

255, 366 
330, 361 

185 
267 
397 

324 

324 

255, 340, 

342 



415 



Ingham, Matthew 




211 


Johnson, Rob 




232 


Kennedy, Lucretia 




287 


Lambert, Susan 




287 


Lippincott, Susan 




288 


Malone, Carolyn 


379 


Ingram, Erin 88, 


285, 


324 


Johnson, Robin 




364 


Kennedy, Tammy 


194, 


198 


Lamonica, Mike 




380 


Lipscomb, Kristen 


233, 


338 


Malone, Mitchell 


258 


Ingram, James Jr 




211 


Johnson, Rochelle 


67, 


286 


Kenney, Shelley 


538, 


355 


Lancaster, Jay 


288, 


319 


Lipsey, Gary 


3<,x, 


369 


Malone, Sharon 


80 


Ingram, Julie 




350 


Johnson, Scott 




286 


Kenny, Michele 




352 


Lancaster, Laura 




212 


Lipsey, Leo 




288 


Mamun, Shriaj 


233 


Inmon, Jennifer 




337 


Johnson, Tameka L 


67, 


211 


Kern, Sharon 


56, 


232 


Land, David 




233 


Lischkoff, Nancy 


133, 


257 


Mance, Cathy 


1X6 


Iqbal, Shahid 




360 


Johnson, Thorn 


286, 


356 


Kern, Sheila H 




391 


Landers, William 




198 


Lister, Tricia 




289 


Mancill, David 


334 


Irwin, Krisi 




324 


Johnson, Tracy 




365 


Kerr, Brenda 


195, 


198 


Landfair, Quo-Vadis 




212 


Little, Dave 




289 


Mancuso, Charles 


133 


Isbell, Amanda 




231 


Johnston, Bill 


255, 


380 


Kerr, Jay 




287 


Landfair, Zwanardo 


133, 


288 


Little, Greg 




257 


Mandeville, Dave 


234 


Israel, Victoria 




211 


Johnston, Greg 314, 


315, 


330, 


Kessler, Isabel 




287 


Landry, Brett J 




329 


Little, Jeania 




257 


Mandius, Per 


289 


Istre, Eric 




285 


358, 


361, 


372 


Kewenig, Adam 




212 


Lane, Andrea 


288, 


345 


Little, Jeffrey 




361 


Mangum, Carol 


133 


IV, Andrew Worgo 




350 


Johnston, Gregory 




361 


Key, Anthony 55, 


287, 


404 


Lane, Jeanise 




308 


Little, Jenni 




374 


Mangum, Melynn 


258, 377 


IV, Joseph Gibson 




361 


Johnston, Holly 




89 


Keyes, E Harold 




194 


Lane, Michelle 




376 


Little, Randy 




320 


Mangum, Mickey 


133 


Iverson, Anda 




196 


Johnston, Stacy 




211 


Keys, Kimberly 




345 


Laney, Scott 




257 


Little, Veronica 




233 


Mangum, Robin 


364 


Ivy, June 


194, 


198 


Joiner, Jennifer 




286 


Khan, Abdul Ali 




360 


Lang, Angela 257, 324, 


384, 


391 


Livingston, Amy 




233 


Mann, B J 3C 


, 54, 330 


Ivy, Marlon 




211 


Jolley, Selena 


286, 


354 


Khan, Aslam 




MM 


Lange, Christopher 90, 


288, 


335 


Livingston, Chip 




289 


Mann, RoToniya 


213 


Ivy, Rob 


255, 


337 


Jones, Allison 




211 


Khan, Atif 




232 


Lange, Chris 


328, 


375 


Livingston, Lesley 


60, 289, 


330 


Mann, Sherry 


213 


J 






Jones, Brian 




211 


Khan, Azim 




308 


Langford, Mary Jo 


288, 


363 


Livingston, Leslie 




55 


Mann, Tara 


213 


Jackson, Alidia 




67 


Jones, Chad 




212 


Khan, Babar 




287 


Langford, Rebecca 




71 


Livingston, Molly 


54, 90, 


289, 


Mansell, John 


289 


Jackson, Brian 231, 


255, 


324, 


Jones, Charles 




286 


Khan, Liaqat Ali 




360 


Langford, Shay 


257, 


372 






318 


Mansfield, Michael 


324. 361 






361 


Jones, David 


212, 


324 


Khan, Muhammad Arshad 


360 


Langford, Thomas 


288, 


356 


Livingston, Nicole 




289 


Manson, Sharon 


54 


Jackson, Christopher 




232 


Jones, Debra 




55 


Khan, Muhammad Qas 


m 


360 


Langley, Leah 


212, 


337 


Lochridge, Laurie 


257, 


324 


Manuel, Harold 


234 


Jackson, Chris 




60 


Jones, Destrie 




256 


Khattak, Azim Khan 




360 


Langley, Rhonda 




363 


Locke, Janet 




372 


Manuel, Jenny- 


54, 316 


Jackson, Dabbs 




211 


Jones, Dexter 




401 


Khoo, Bernard 




256 


Langston, Deanna 




184 


Lockett, Mary 


289, 


363 


Manuel, John 


213 


Jackson, Danyell 




332 


Jones, Donna 




331 


Kiker, Latrell 




382 


Lantz, Lori 288 


335, 


377 


Loden, Michael 




213 


Manuel, Theresa 


289 


Jackson, Demetria 




211 


Jones, Ed 




212 


Kiker, Memrie 




287 


Larabee, Tery 




352 


Loe, David 




198 


Maqbool, Muhammad 


360 


Jackson, Diane 




285 


Jones, Evelyn 




286 


Kilgore, Camille 


287, 


319 


Larkin, Bruick 




334 


Loewer, Carlton 




170 


Marble, Andrea 


185 


Jackson, Gregory 




232 


Jones, Gerald 




212 


Kilgore, Crystal 




256 


Larkjn, John 




212 


Loftis, Darla 




213 


Marble, Clay 


338, 374 


Jackson, Julie 232, 


342 


361 


Jones, Gwendolyn 




198 


Kilgore, Reena 




334 


Larkin, Pat 




334 


Lofton, Tracy 


289 


319 


Marble, Clayton 


258 


Jackson, Katina 




255 


Jones, Hamp 


286, 


372 


Kilgore, Theresa 




232 


Larkin, Patrick 




361 


Logue, Dawn 




289 


Marble, Evan 


365 


Jackson, Kim 


285 


378 


Jones, Honey 




349 


Killcreas, Dr Wallace 




325 


Lasker, Brian 




:xh 


Lolley, Cheryl 




233 


Marbury, Drake 


289 


Jackson, Linda 




186 


Jones, Jay T 


286, 


361 


Killebrew, Rhonda 


287, 


314 


Lassner, Lee 




308 


Lolli, Ginneite 




213 


Mardis, Chris 


213 


Jackson, Malcolm 




133 


Jones, Jeff 


317 


365 


Killough, Mary 




324 


Laster, Ryn 


325 


365 


Long, Alicia 


357,377 


380 


Marinaccio, Seth 


213 


Jackson, Marcus 




60 


Jones, Jeffrey 




332 


Kilpatrick, Jeremy 




340 


Latham, Corey 


133 


212 


Long, Andy 




289 


Marine, Dave 


339 


Jackson, Michelle 




255 


Jones, Jennifer 




324 


Kimbrell, Emily 


89 


321 


Latham, Joseph 




321 


Long, April 




257 


Marinello, Anthony 


187 


Jackson, Mike 




285 


Jones, Jesslyn 




256 


Kimbrell, Scott 




256 


Latham, Renita 


332 


374 


Long, Grace 


132 


133 


Marion, Meka 


290, 354 


Jackson, Missy 


232 


361 


Jones, Kelly 




340 


Kinard, Melissa 




256 


Latham, Terry 




345 


Long, Juan 


128, 351 


401 


Marotti, William 


213 


Jackson, Nelson 




314 


Jones, Ken 


286, 


365 


Kincade, Jill 


324 


361 


Latimer, Stephanie 




288 


Long, LeAnne 


213 


334 


Marquez, Amy 55, 91, 


290, 314. 


Jackson, Peter J 




404 


Jones, Kimberly 




286 


Kincaid, Justine 


56 


287 


Latino, Carra 




63 


Long, Michale 




233 


354 


357, 368 


Jackson, Rosa 




232 


Jones, Koury 




212 


King, Ashli 




324 


Latino, Carva 


212 


544 


Long, Nicole 


67 


233 


Marquez, Katy 


54, 324 


Jackson, Shannon 


55 


332 


JONES, LYNN 89 


286 


354 


King, Brian 




1X4 


LaValle, Erik 288, 


325, 


326, 


Long, Shannon 




257 


Marshall, Angela 


290 


Jackson, Tara 




V)l 


Jones, Mary L 133, 


212, 


232, 


King, David 


380 


381 


333, 338 


348 


387 


Long, Sharion 




213 


Marshall, James 


213 


Jackson, Victor 




60 






346 


King, John 




287 


Lawman, Jodie 




377 


Longstreet, David 


20, 135. 


289, 


Marshall, Rebecca 


213 


Jackson, Willie 55 


384 


404 


Jones, Michelle 


256 


364 


King, Melanie 




391 


Lawrence, Anthony 


257 


361 






340 


Martello, Melinda 290 


352,358 


Jacob, Rachael 




232 


Jones, Neil 55 


133 


372 


King, Rodney 


357 


397 


Lawrence, Paul 




288 


Loo, Fun-Ya 




349 


Martin, Ambro 


290, 356 


Jacobs, Claire 88,316, 


337, 


339, 


Jones, Pamela 




256 


King, Travis 




256 


Lawrence, Todd 


233 


359 


Lopez, Ashley 




233 


Martin, Bert 


290 






352 


Jones, Paul 




286 


King, W David 




212 


Laws, Jan 


288 


358 


Lopez, Candido 


90. 289, 


344, 


Martin, Chris 133 


187, 362 


Jacobs, Meschelle 




3nx 


Jones, Rende 




212 


Kinnan, Rachel 


256 


326 


Lawson, Kim 




330 






354 


Martin, Corey 


234 


Jacobs, Paul 




360 


Jones, Richard 


55, 6( 


Kinsel, Christy 


256 


364 


Lawson, Kimberly 




257 


Lopez, Michael 




258 


Martin, George 


258 


Jacobson, Jodi 




211 


Jones, Scott 




286 


Kinsel, hristy 




134 


Lawtton, Rob 




257 


Lord, Margaret 




289 


Martin, James 133, 


234, 333. 


Jadzinski, Frankie 


133 


362 


Jones, Shannin 




319 


Kirby, Denson 




287 


Lawty, Sandra 


212 


337 


Losso, Robin 




187 




362 


Jaffar, Faisal 




360 


Jones, Shantal 




195 


Kirby, Kristina 




318 


Layman, David 133 


257 


362 


Lott, Courtney 


213 


315 


Martin, Judi 


185 


Jaffer, Faisal 




21] 


Jones, Shelia 




212 


Ktrby, Rick 




184 


Layman, Jodie 




381 


Lott, Elizabeth 


233, 324 


361 


Martin, Laura 


71, 290 


Jager, Menno 




185 


Jones, Stefanie 




232 


Kirkegaard, Jesse 




287 


Le, Phong 




213 


Lott, Grace 


314, 316 


353 


Martin, Michael 


290, 374 


Jakway, Mary 


285 


420 


Jones, Stephanie 


324 


338 


Kirkpatrick, Billy 


354 


357 


Leach, Bethany 




233 


Lott, Melody 377 


380. 381 


382 


Martin, Sharon 


334 


James, Becky 




379 


Jones, Tina 


325 


374 


Kirkpatrick, William 




287 


Leach, Brent 




257 


Loudenslager, Cari 


e 


213 


Martin, Stephanie 


234 


James, Jay 




232 


Jong, Harriet 




308 


Kirksey, Chandra 




332 


Leach, Danny 




334 


Louque, Dustan 




289 


Martin, Tiffany 


372 


James, Jesse 




122 


Jordan, Aubre 




232 


Kirton, Kurt 




308 


Leach, Stephanie 




195 


Louque, Dustin 




387 


Martin, Tracy 


338 


James, John 122 


128 


129 


Jordan, Aubrey 




387 


Kisner, Leslie 




28 


Learner, Johnnie 




365 


Louys, Danielle 


213,314 


333 


Martin, William 


234 


James, Keith 232, 315 


324 


361 


Jordan, Barker 




89 


Kisner, Michelle 




133 


Leatherman, Bryan 


90, 


288, 


Love, Bobbie 




289 


Martino, Bernice 


290, 365 


James, Leon 




404 


Jordan, Chancey 




384 


Kitchens, Kimberly 




287 


314, 317, 326 


343 


354 


Love, David 


289 


365 


Marx, Whitney 


213 


James, Mark 




255 


Jordan, Charles 




286 


Kitchens, Shane 


90 


287 


Leathermen, Brian 




387 


Love, Stacy 




233 


Marzook, Abdel 


359 


James, Rebecca 




255 


Jordan, Chauncey 




397 


Kkoshel, Richard D 




360 


LeBlanc, David 




365 


Lovelace, Beth 


289, 360 


365 


Marzouk, Abdel 


3(18 


James, Susan 




198 


Jordan, Crystal 




344 


Kleiman, Mare 




327 


LeBlanc, Willa 




324 


Lovelace, Jeffery 




258 


Marzullo, Paul 


214 


Jameson, Tommy 




285 


Jordan, Dan 




256 


Knedcik, Andrew 




367 


Leder, Laurie 


337 


369 


Lovelady, Tiffany 




233 


Maschger, Tanya 


214 


Jamison, Kurus 




401 


Jordan, Dr Jack 




345 


Knedlik, Andrew 




212 


Ledlow, Dallas 




348 


Lovett, Demetress 




340 


Mason, Brad 


214 


Jang, Tammy 285, 324 


368 


369 


Jordan, Heather 




212 


Knight, Aubrey 




324 


Lee, Aimee 


257 


345 


Loviza, Kathleen 




233 


Mason, Charles 


133 


Jarrett, Regina 




232 


Jordan, Jennifer 286 


325 


374 


Knight, Chad 




324 


Lee, Barry 




233 


Lowe, Jackie 




335 


Mason, Deanne 


214, 340 


Jarzen, Ryan 




232 


Jordan, Johnnie 




361 


Knight, Cory 232, 337 


387 


420 


Lee, Brian 




288 


Lowe, Jacqueline 




233 


Mason, Kelly 91,290. 


327, 374, 


Jasper, Mary 




378 


Jordan, Matthew 


322 


323 


Knight, Donna 74, 75 


287 


Lee, Chelle 


257 


380 


Lowe, Jennifer 


332 


335 




420 


Jasper, Scott 




285 


Jordan, Todd 




351 


Knight, Jeff 


232 


356 


Lee, Clark 




133 


Lowe, Julie 




213 


Masood, Muhammad Mujahid 


Jean, Monica 




308 


Jordan, Trinettee 




256 


Knight, Melissa 


287 


359 


Lee, Hi an Boon 




.'XX 


Lowe, Tywanda 




233 




360 


Jeanes, Torrey 




211 


Jordan, Trinette 




331 


Knight, Virgil Jr 




212 


Lee, JasperS 133,257 


324 


346 


Lowery, Charles 


3m 


361 


Massengill, Katnna 


258 


Jeanfreau, Mark 




285 


Joseph, Keith 


126 


128 


Knight, Zach 




232 


Lee, Julie 




257 


Lowery, Jonathan 




345 


Massey, Janelle 


374 


Jefcoat, Christy 




255 


Joseph, Nicola 




185 


Knipper, Jennifer 


287 


340 


Lee, Kathryn 




213 


Lowery, Yvonne 




258 


Massey, Todd 


290, 315 


Jeff, Galagher 88, 285, 


338, 


341, 


Joyner, Sara 




324 


Knotts, Kim 




256 


Lee, Keith 




257 


Lowes, William 




380 


Massie, Marc 


55,362 




343 


357 


Jr. Paul Jones 




348 


Knowlton, Beth 




380 


Lee, Paul 




109 


Lowrimore, Marie 




186 


Massie, Mark 


133 


Jeff, Gallagher 




314 


Judon, Theresa 




256 


Knowlton, Jeffrey 


287 


359 


Lee, Susan 90 


288 


330 


Loyd, Ruth 




233 


Mastrangelo, Lynn 


187 


Jeffcoat, Josh 




211 


Jue, Patrick 




256 


Knox, Christina 


347 


373 


Lee, Tammie E 


257 


377 


Lucas, Chris 




321 


Matens, Brett 


214 


Jefferis, Lance 




255 


Juliana, Tina 89 


325 


348 


Knox, David 




397 


Lee, Tim 




288 


Lucas, Stacey 




213 


Mathes, Dennis 


258 


Jefferson, Eldric 


211 


356 


Jung, Heiki 




185 


Knox, Nathan 




347 


Lee, Timothy 




257 


Luciano, Arnold 




537 


Mathews, Sonny 


371,420 


Jefferson, Eric 




285 


Justice, Angie 


286 


355 


Koenig, Paul 


327 


380 


Lee, Yoke-Chai 




257 


Lucius, Stephanie 




258 


Mathis, Shannon 


214 


Jefferson, Travillion 




232 


Juzang, Yolanda 


326 


391 


Koenig, Thomas 




287 


Leech, Penny 


233 


337 


Luckett, Margie 




213 


Matijevich, Georgeen 


324 


Jeffery, Ellen 


285 


325 


K 






Koenig, Tom 




359 


Leflore, Mitch 




325 


Lucus, Melanie 


289 


356 


Matrick, Russ 


290 


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255 


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256 


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Lundeen, Chad 




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Kang, Mounghung 




329 


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186 


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233 


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215 


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285 


Kang, Seungku 




286 


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Leonard, Charles 




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May, Lorie 


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212 


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133, 234 


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Kavanagh, Joel 




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324 


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Lester, Ronnie 




321 


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334 


365 


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349 


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187 


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185 


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286 






385 


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337 


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329 


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379 


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331 


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359 


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361 


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211 


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324 


361 


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338 


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288 


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170 


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286 


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133 


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256 


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288 


Macon, Kevin 




258 


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332 


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170 


Keith, Mary 




256 


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362 


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Madden, Tara 




289 


Mays, William 


338 


Johns, Jermaine 




211 


Keller, James 




232 


Kyle, William 


133 


256 


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324 


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Lewis, Kenneth 




257 


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213 


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287 


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289 


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329 


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257 


Lewis, Kevin 233 


288, 


324, 


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258 


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290, 350 


Johnson, Chris 




187 


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377 


Ladner, Leta 




257 


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289 


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133 


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255 


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334 


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287 


Lewis, Laura 




288 


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365 


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290 


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308 


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286 


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256 


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288 


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328 


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351 


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161 


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212 


Lewis, Sonya 




198 


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289 


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194 


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160 


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308 


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156 


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308 


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290 


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286 


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256 


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374 


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287 


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290 


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232 


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153 


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287 


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213 


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324, 340 


361, 


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290 


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255 


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232 


Laird, Brian 




257 


LiddelL Todd 




233 






378 


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234 


Johnson, Jonathan 




154 


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187 


Laird, Janet 




257 


Liles, Andrew 




233 


Makamson, Roxanne 


233 


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380 


Johnson, Joseph 




361 


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256 


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335 


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324 


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338 


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233 


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233 


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289 


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133, 234 


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255 


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256 


Lamb, Christi 




257 


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288 


Maki, Art 




258 


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286 


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287 


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315 


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288 


329, 


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308 


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308 


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232 


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347 


353, 






349 


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258 


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258 


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255 


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287 


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373 


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186 


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330 


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McCluskey, Patricia 


365 


Johnson, Morrise 




337 


Kennedy, Amy 




256 


Lamb, Marty 




170 


Lin, Leah 




376 


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233 


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290 


Johnson, Natasha 


152 


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212 


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Lamberson, Reid 




212 


Lin, Tzu-hua 




349 


Mallery, Beth 




258 


McComb, Dwight 258 


. 337, 387 


Johnson, Pam 




198 


Kennedy, Haley 


212 


, 386 


Lambert, Amy 


324 


,361 


Lindsey, Emily 




335 


Mallery, Greg 




213 


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133,258 


Johnson, Paul 




133 


Kennedy, Joel 




351 


Lambert, Jeffery 




233 


Lindsey, Michael 




233 


Mallette, William 




198 


McConn, Christopher 


258 


Johnson, Richard 




211 


Kennedy, Kyle 




170 


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287 


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184 


Malone, Allison 




289 


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258 



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380 


381 


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367 


Moore, John 




292 


Nelson, Catherine 




215 


Palmer, Angela 




372, 386 


Peterson, Karen 


362 


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259 


380 


Meadows, Bill 




328, 


375 


Moore, Kathy 




334 


Nelson, Christopher 




293 


Palmer, Coker 




380 


Peterson, Mary 


216 


McCormack, Mark W 




385 


Medders, Crystal 




214, 


337 


Moore, Kimberley Y 




391 


Nelson, Jamie 




185 


Palmer, Denys 




261 


Peterson, Pam 


295 


McCormick, Amy 




214 


Medeiros, Neusa 






308 


Moore, Latassha 




235 


Nelson, Keith 




293 


Palmer, Eric 




235 


Peterson, Shannon 


236 


McCormick, Heather 




259 


Medley, Brandon 






214 


Moore, Laura 215, 


292 


342 


Nelson, Laura 




235 


Palmer, EveLyn 




133 


Petro, Andrew 


236 


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259 


Moore, Lorie 




184 


Nelson, Lora 133, 260, 


339, 


379 


Palmer, Joey 




216 


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295 


290, 348 


384 


397 


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339 


Moore, Mark 




345 


Nelson, Scott 




235 


Palmer, Judy 




308 


Petrulis, Paul 


170, 172 


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335 


Meeks, Carol 


234, 


345, 


367 


Moore, Matthew 




184 


Nemerow, Erin 




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133, 


235, 294, 


Petrus, Eric 


93, 295 


McCoy, Jason 




376 


Meeks, Diane 






291 


Moore, Michael 




292 


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215, 


350 




368, 


371, 420 


Petry, Kelley 


236 


McCoy, Kimberly 




214 


Mehta, Harshil 






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215 


342 


Nesbit, David 


293, 


351 


Palmer, Lyn 


66, 


261, 345 


Petty, Beverly 


380 


McCoy, Lee 




214 


Meier, Thomas 




234, 


361 


Moore, Norma 




320 


Nester, Todd 




293 


Palmer, Stephen 




261, 324 


Petty, Catherine 


236,315 


McCoy, Lisa 




195 


Meier, Tom 






340 


Moore, Phillip 




215 


Nettles, Stacy 




260 


Palmer, Todd 




294 


Peyton, Marcia 


314 


McCoy, Paul 




290 


Melton, Tiffany Mae 


214, 


338 


Moore, Reuben 




133 


Nettles, Tim 


322, 


323 


Palmertree, Melanie 


261,324 


Philley, Kimberly 


216 


McCoy, Phillip 




214 


Menley, Mark 






234 


Moore, Rhonda 




328 


Neumann, Karin 




187 


Pandey, Abhijit 




329 


Phillips, Alanna 


374 


McCoy, Sarah 




290 


Mentz, Linda 






185 


Moore, Ronald 




133 


Newcomb, Loni 


54, 


260 


Pandey, Vivek 




308 


Phillips, Beth 


198 


McCoy, Scott 




259 


Mercer, Charles 






187 


Moore, Todd 




380 


Newell, Chad 




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294 


Phillips, Kristin 


324, 339 


McCraw, Jon 




308 


Mercer, Phil 




259, 


323 


Moore, Tony 




215 


Newkirk, William 




133 


Papadopulos, Miguel 


309 


Phillips, Robert 


295,325 


McCreedy, Sam 




184 


Mercer, Roy 






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332 


Newland, Franklin 




361 


Paquin, Donna 




133, 294 


Phillips, Shana 


186 


McCreight, Heather 




234 


Merntt, Debbie 






291 


Mooring, Pam 




316 


Newlon, Tammy 153, 


260, 


324, 


Parcham, Blake 




361 


Phillips, Sharon 


236 


McCrory, Christopher 




290 


Merritt, Sharon 




291, 


354 


Mooring, Pamela 




292 






351 


Pardue, Wesley 




320 


Phillips, Stephanie 


328,352, 


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326 


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352 


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351 


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71 




391 


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259 


Merry, James 






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54 


Newman, Chris 




293 


Parent, Kere 




342 


Phillips, Stuart 


216, 338 


McCulley, Rusty 




234 


Metcalfe, Allie 






214 


Morgan, Angela 




215 


Newman, Doug 




170 


Parham, Blake 




324 


Phillips, Terry 


365 


McCulloch, Chris 


60, 


214 


Metcalfe, Leslie 




291, 


386 


Morgan, Bill 




327 


Newman, Pam 




260 


Parham, Clinton 




324 


Pickens, Christy 


236 


McCullouch, Chris 




133 


Meyer, Gregory 






184 


Morgan, Blair 


343 


372 


Newman, Stacey 


293, 


319 


Parham, Jason 




235 


Pickens, Cristy 


133 


McCullough, Shane 




356 


Meyers, Lori 259, 


324, 


352, 


361 


Morgan, Curt 




368 


Newsom, Michelle 26, 


293, 


314, 


Parham, Jeannie 




331 


Pickering, Patti 


187 


McDade, Ashley 


259, 


372 


Meyers, Sherry 




55, 


335 


Morgan, David 




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315 


339, 


420 


Parker, Chad 




359 


Pickett, Cecil 


295 


McDaniel, Alan 




387 


Michalka, Jennifer 






162 


Morgan, Deborah 


215 


319 


Newton, David 




235 


Parker, Cheryta 




387 


Pickett, Cynthia 


295 


McDaniel, Allen 


328, 


375 


Michels, Gerad 






214 


Morgan, Holly 




215 


Newton, Floyd 




215 


Parker, Danny 




216 


Pickett, Darrin 


321 


McDaniel, Leigh Ann 




259 


Michels, Scott 






359 


Morgan, Jennifer 292 


352 


354 


Ng, Kok-Joo 




293 


Parker, Don 




294, 321 


Pickle, Jennifer 


386 


McDaniel, Mark 


290, 


339 


Miciello, Chris 






340 


Morgan, Jerry 




292 


Ngan, Julie 




215 


Parker, Eric 




261 


Pickle, Leslie 


295 


McDaniel, Michael 




290 


Middleton, Dalton 






308 


Morgan, Jody 




260 


Nicholas, Laura 


215, 


338 


Parker, Jennifer 




235 


Pierce, Chaugney 


320 


McDonald, Denise 91, 


291, 


354, 


Middleton, Nikki 






64 


Morgan, Kim 




308 


Nichols, Ersula 




215 


Parker, Jimmy 




235 


Pierce, Chavgney 


331 


363, 368 


369 


370 


Miguel, Betty 






184 


Morgan, Mark 




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Nichols, Kirby 




293 


Parker, Laura Beth 




334 


Pierce, Chris 


133 


McDonald, Jason 




291 


Miles, Bryan 






291 


Morgan, Marty 




215 


Nichols, Mandy 




340 


Parker, Patti 




309 


Pierce, Eleanor 


216 


McDonald, Michael 




133 


Miles, Holli 






350 


Morgan, Matthew- 




260 


Nichols, Michael 




215 


Parker, Trenton 


294 


384, 397 


Pierce, Gwynne 


198 


McDonald, Mike 




359 


Miles, Kara 




259, 


361 


Morgan, Paul 




339 


Nichols, Mike 


371, 


420 


Parkman, Lori 


133, 


216, 344 


Pierce, Shannon 


236 


McDonald, Mila 




259 


Miles, Michael 




259, 


361 


Morgan, Tanya 




338 


Nichols, Todd 




365 


Parks, Cynthia 


294 


386, 391 


Pigg, Glen 


295 


McDonald, Rob 




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Miles, Rachel 






259 


Morgan, Thomas 




292 


Nicks, Chandra 


293 


374 


Parks, Jeff 




380 


Pigg, Glenn 


365 


McDonald, Shannon 


136 


234 


Miles, Sean 






234 


Morgan, Tonya 




235 


Niepel, Alex 




159 


Parks, Lee 




294 


Pigott, Steve 295, 324, 


333,341, 


McDonald, Sherry 


352 


387 


Miles, Stacie 


234, 


335, 


338 


Morici, Lisa 29, 38 


,92, 


314, 


Nikhil, Soman 




179 


Parks, William 




133 




354,357 


McDonald, Vernell 


214 


356 


Millar, Duncan 






359 


354 


360 


372 


Nilsson, Per 




157 


Parris, Holly 




294, 350 


Pike, Craig 


236 


McDonough, Teresa 




291 


Millender, Don C 






401 


Moritz, Kristin 




186 


Nirgudkar, Ravi 




308 


Parrish, Carla 




236 


Pilgrim, Robert 


295 


McDuff. Tiffany 


291 


340 


Miller, Alison 






291 


Morrell, Tommy 




351 


Nitcavic, Lenny 


133 


216 


Parrish, Rachel 




294, 374 


Pinero, Trent 


295 


McElroy, Sherice 




356 


Miller, Amanda 




234, 


361 


Morris, Ann Toy 




235 


Nix, Jason 




260 


Parrish, Robert 




236 


Pinkerton, Doug 


295 


McElveen, Catherine 




333 


Miller, Andrew- 






291 


Morris, Barron 




292 


Nix, Jody 




235 


Parrish, Tracey 




261 


Pinkerton, Mac 


236 


McElveen, Cathy 




291 


Miller, Andrea 






291 


Morris, John 235, 260, 


292, 


368, 


Nix, Timothy 




293 


Parsons, Richard 




324, 361 


Pitchford, Renee 


236 


McEwen, LaShern 




234 


Miller, Brooks 






214 






370 


Njue, Obadiah M 




349 


Parsons, Scott 




324 


Pitolb, Jarrod 


295 


McGahey, Leanne 


234, 


314, 


Miller, Cassandra 






235 


Morrison, Falana 




215 


Noble, Brady 




334 


Paschall, Marian 




261 


Pittman, Arnie 


334 




337 


353 


Miller, Christopher 






361 


Morrison, Jenna 




215 


Noble, Julie 92, 293 


324 


354 


Paschall, Martha 




261 


Pittman, Charles 


295 


McGahey, Virginia 


324 


361 


Miller, David 


194, 


198 


291 


Morrison, Mary 


215 


338 


Noland, Maria 




260 


Pass, Albertina 




294, 332 


Pittman, James 261 


368, 369 


McGee, April 




380 


Miller, Eric 






185 


Morrison, Matt 




184 


Nolen, Kellye 




260 


Passmore, Richie 


294 


356, 420 


Pittman, Patrick 


371 


McGee, Darren 




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324 


Morse, Jim 




260 


Nolen, Natalie 




293 


Passons, Carol 




294 


Pitts, Brian 


295 


McGee, Matt 




185 


Miller, Katina 






259 


Morton, Christy 




378 


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339 


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291 


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Ridge, Angela 297 

Riels, Terri 217,340 

Riemann, Robert 297 

Rieves, Angela 332 

Rieves, Mark 217 

Rigby, Brad 237, 351, 387 

Rigby, Bradford 361 

Rigby, David 263 

Riggan, Kathryne 263 

Riggan, Kathy 320 

Riggins, Tisha 263 

Riggs, Kerri 133 

Riles, Kim 263, 340 

Riles, Zena 263, 340 

Riley, Darryl 263 

Riley, Dominick 263, 332 

Riley, Jennifer 345 

Rimmer, Elizabeth 133,263 

Rinehart, Patrick 297 

Rinehart, Russ 263, 338, 387 

Ritter, Catherine 263,316,324, 
326, 338 
Ritter, Chris 316 

Ritter, Tom 329 

Rivera, Michelle 133 

Rivera, Raul 186 

Rivera, Robert 263, 371, 420 

Rivers, Starella 297,331 

Rives, Katie 217 

Rizwan, Syed 360 

Robbins, Jason 263 

Robbins, Justin 297, 325, 343, 
372 
Robbins, Keiba 369 

Robersen, Michael 315 

Roberson, Brian 133 

Roberson, Bryan 263 

Roberson, Mary 297 

Roberson, Melissa 217, 334 

Roberson, Michael 133,217 

Roberson, Rina 340 

Roberts, Betty 297, 365 

Roberts, Deanna 263 

Roberts, Gretchen 386 

Roberts, Kara 237 

Roberts, Kenny 122, 123, 124, 
128 
Roberts, Laurie 194, 198 

Roberts, Logan 263 

Roberts, Nikie 217 

Roberts, Russell 263 

Robertson, Floyd 297 

Robertson, Jan 297 

Robertson, Lisa 185 

Robertson, Shannon 218 

Robertson, William III 361 

Robinette, Jennifer 297,321, 
325,327 
Robinson, Alina 380 

Robinson, Anthony 357 

Robinson, Ashley 297, 368 

Robinson, Beth 218 

Robinson, Charetta 153 

Robinson, Chris 54, 331 

Robinson, Joel 318 

Robinson, Johnathan 263 

Robinson, Kathy 324 

Robinson, LaVisa 237, 386 

Robinson, Lisa 263,318,324, 
344, 378 
Robinson, Myra 263, 324, 361 
Robinson, Nicchi 237 

Robinson, Ray 55 

Robinson, Rob 380 

Robinson, Ron 297, 319 

Robinson, Tijuana 263 

Robinson, Tracey 297, 384, 391 
Robinson, Vivian 198 

Robinson, Willie 133,237,332 
Roby, Jana 297, 354 

Roche, Timothy 217 

Rodgers, Jennifer 26, 63, 217, 
237, 380 
Rodgers, Joey 298, 363, 420 

Rodgers, Norma Leigh 263 

Rodman, Shannon 263, 324, 

335,339 
Roge, Cheryl 185 

Rogers, Anne 184 

Rogers, Christy 298 

Rogers, Chris 237 

Rogers, Dante 309 

Rogers, Jason 237, 366 

Rogers, Jennifer 342 

Rogers, John 325, 348 

Rogers, Katrice 263 

Rogers, Lafiesta 263 

Rogers, Melanie 263,319 

Rogers, Robert 324, 361 

Rogers, Rodney 298, 348 

Rogers, Sinfornettia 2 18 

Rogers, Stacey 186, 263 

Roland, Phillip 298, 345 

Rollins, Julie 374 

Rooks, Jeff 198 

Roos, Michelle 324 

Root, Michael 298 

Roper, Barbara 237 

Rose, Bryan 237 

Rose, Dr Lucinda 349 

Rose, Holley 218 

Rose, Rhonda 298 

Rose, Tim 199 

Ross, Alondra 184 

Ross, Brent 361 

Ross, Chris 237 

Ross, Laura 324 



Ross, Michelle 93,298,331 

Rossi, Michael Jr 324 

Roundtree, Brian 170 

Rounsavall, Paul 322 

Rowcliff, James 194, 199 

Rowe, Brandon 237 

Rowe, Carol 354 

Rowe, Rita 133,218 

Rowe, William 133, 263 

Rowell, Jeff 60 

Rowell, Stacie 298 

Rowell, Todd 338 

Royer, Tim 340 

Rucker, Kern 237 

Rucker, Kim 331 

Rudge, Kevin 263 
Rudolph, Becky 80, 264, 380 
Rudolph, (Crystal 237, 324, 361 

Rueter, Eric 264, 361 

Ruff, Cindy 309 

Ruff, Paul 298 

Ruggles, Julia 237, 347 

Rupert, Denise 218 

Rupert, Donnell 372 

Rupert, Harvey 264, 314 

Rush, John 264, 333, 343, 358, 
372 

Rush, La'Shonia 218 

Rushin, Leanna 237 

Rushing, Alan 298, 325 
Rushing, Evelyn 298, 358, 379 

Rushing, Heather 264 

Rushing, Michael 322 

Rushing, Ramona 133 

Rushing, Shelly 237, 333 

Rushing, Tabatha 237 

Rusjdi, Amsal 309 
Russell, Amy 26, 237, 420 

Russell, Carrie 64, 337 

Russell, J Christian 199, 377 

Russell, Keith 54, 264 

Russell, Kim 27, 264 

Russum, Elizabeth 237 

Russum, Shelley 379 

Rutland, James 54, 298 

Rutland, Rusty 346 

Rutledge, Cassandra 218 

Ryals, Jeffrey 237 

Ryan, Adam 238 

Rynes, Byron 355, 361 

S 

Sabzwari, Shabih 238 

Sagraves, Anthony 133 

Saia, Vmce 264 

Salama, Hager 218 

Saleem, Mohammed 298, 327, 
360 

Salin, Delmy 309 

Salisburg, Debbie 218 

Salisbury, Deborah 133 

Salone, Lester 298 

Sam, Tuck 133 

Sam, Valerie 264 

Samaniuk, Theresa 185 

Samayoa, Rodrigo 238 

Sample, Gwendolyn 298, 363 

Sample, Valara 298, 340 

Sampsell, Michael 298 
Sampson, Amy 264, 339, 361 

Samsil, Dana 264, 324 

Samyoa, Rodrigo 361 

Sanders, Andrew 374 

Sanders, Ann 351 

Sanders, Beverly 218 

Sanders, Bruff 298, 349 

Sanders, Charles 298, 328 

Sanders, Chris 264 
Sanders, Christy 264, 324, 338 

Sanders, Daphne 332 

Sanders, Dennis 238 

Sanders, Howard 218 

Sanders, James E 298, 404 

Sanders, Kitty 264 

Sanders, MicheUa 218 

Sanders, Stan 184 

Sandhu, Johnny 372 

Sandifar, Lynne 186 

Sanford, Jennifer 218 
Sanford, Scott 298, 322, 329 

Santin, Beatriz 162 

Santucci, Robyn 324 

Sargraves, Tony 380 

Sartin, Bill 129 

Sartor, Rodney 298 

Sartor, Scott 264 

Sastrahusada, Sajogi 309 
Saum, Heather 238, 315, 324, 
361, 372 

Saunders, Andrew 363 

Saunders, Chel 186 

Savell, Clay 238 

Savell, Shay 238 

Sawyer, Flore 218 

Saxon, Marie 238 

Sayeda, Sobia 264 

Sayre, Debbie 186 
Scales, Camille 335, 368, 371 

Scaperotti, Victor 187 

Scarbrough, John 218 

Scaturro, Shannon 367 

Scheibe, Marc 218 

Schepens, Daniel 218 

Schieb, Audra 187 

Schilling, Heather 136 
Schmidt, David 344, 361, 383 

Schmitt, David 361 

Schneider, Tiffany 93, 298, 35 1 

Schoenbeck, John 298 

Schoenrock, Curtis 298 

Scholl, Brian 325 

Scholl, Sandy 353 

Schrag, Jennipher 238 

Schreiber, Walter 365 

Schreibman, Andrew 185 

Schreiner, Beth 93 

Schuerer, Paula 186 

Schukei, Brandon 264 

Schuler, Lori 380 

Schultz, Bradley 238 

Schultz, Doug 365 

Schumann, Nicholas 238 

Schwarzmann, John 238 

Schweitzer, Andy 359 

Schweizer, Federico 380 

Sciscio, Wayne 359 

Scott, Andrew 324, 361 



Scott, Brandon 27, 218 
Scott, Charity D 184, 298, 360, 
420 
Scott, Marcus 324, 361 
Scott, Paul 264,380,381 

Scott, Ruth 199 

Scrinner, Trace 218 

Scrivner, Trace 338 

Scruggs, Paul 309 

Scruggs, Susan 264, 324, 339 

Sculthorpe, Eric 264, 344 

Scuth, Edward 218 

Seago, Amye 238 

Seagraves, Chandler 298 

Seal, Alison 334 

Seal, David 264 

Seal, Payne 133, 218 

Seale, Scott 363 

Seals, Joe 264 

Seanger, Guy 324 

Sears, Maggi 218 

Seaton, Tonya 153 

Seawood, Mary 238 

Seawright, Mossy 354 

Sedrish, Steven 184 

Segars, Sarah 298 

Segrest, Tempy 218 

Seitz, Amy 324 

Self, Christopher 298 

Sellers, Hettie 238 
Sellers, Karen 298, 325, 327 

Selph, Carissa 238 

Selvie, Rebecca 332 
Senthil, Balasub Ramanian 377 

Sessions, Tracy 199 
Sethi, Toshi 264, 320, 337 

Sewell, Kelli 299, 335 

Seyler, Melanie 187 

Seymore, Manda 238 

Seymour, Marvin 264 

Seymour, Rodney 341 

Shackleford, Barbara 319 

Shahzad, Khurram 309 

Shaju, George 329 

Shaman, Clover 309 

Shanjahan, Mohammad 238 

Shannon, Connie 335 

Shannon, Jay 309 

Shannon, Marti 238, 364 

Sharer, Donald 133 

Sharp, Helen 345 

Sharp, Jenifer 238 
Sharp, Stefanie 93, 299, 367 

Shaunak, Nirdosh 309 

Shaunak, Sujay 299 

Shaw, Anita 133 

Shaw, Jeff 264 

Shaw, Lisa 264 

Shaw, Pam 264 
Shearer, Ralph 264,368,371, 
420 

Shearon, Vicki 238 

Sheffield, Shana 264 

Shelby, Rebecca 199 

Shell, Tanja 299 

Shelton, Anitra 218 

Shelton, April 133,218 

Shelton, Michael T 332 

Sheomaker, Debra 366 

Shepard, Jamie 299, 365 

Sheppard, Brent 337 

Sheppard, Chastitie 238 

Sherman, Christa 133, 238 

Sherman, Howard 264 

Sherman, Telesha 218,348 

Shettlemore, Melissa 360, 366 

Shettles, Kurt 326 
Shields, Grant 60, 299, 320 

Shih, I 329 

Shirley, Ann 187 
Shirley, Audra 54, 265, 330, 
331,358 

Shirley, Mike 299 

Shoelen, Mike 218 

Shoemake, Seth 265 

Shoemaker, Debra 265, 299 

Shoemaker, John 359 

Shoemaker, Scott 218 

Shook, Paul 338, 387 

Short, Jamie 218,328 

Shotts, Chris 32 1 

Shoules, Kurt 3 16 

Shows, James 265 

Shriner, Stephanie 265 

Shultz, Richard 238 

Shumate, Curtis 199 

Shumpert, Christy 67 

Shumpert, Staci 299, 378 

Shurden, Chris 219 

Shurden, Karen 366 

Shuttleworth, Stan 322, 323 

Sias, Melanie 299 

Sickle, Susie 186 

Siggins, Chris 330 

Sigler, Philip 265 

Sii, Hee-Kang 299 

Sii, Hie-ing 309 

Sikhondze, Wilson B 349 

Silva, Juacy 309 

Simmons, Allison 314,352 

Simmons, Angela 384, 39 1 

Simmons, Eric L 397 

Simmons, Erica 152, 153 

Simmons, Gordon 133 

Simmons, Jonathan 219 

Simmons, Karla 374 

Simmons, Ray 219 

Simpson, Glenn 299 

Simpson, Rusty 219 

Sims, Carter 299 

Sims, Hester 219 

Sims, Julia 299 

Sims, Rebecca 219 

Sims, Stacey 199 

Singletary, Eric 265, 324 

Singletary, Glen 384, 404 

Singleton, Jason 133 

Singleton, Kimberly 299 

Sink, James 133 

Sinn, Scott 338 

Sinquefield, Stephanie 219 

Sistrunk, Kim 195 

Siswanto, Usman 309 

Sitton, Ginger 219 

Sitton, Scott 299 

Sizemore, Jorg 324 



Skinner, Jeff 348 

Skinner, Mike 299 

Skinner, Shirley 199 

Skinner, Veronica 219,348 

Skipper, Jim 238 

Skirpstunas, Ramona 184 

Slayton, Jennifer 133,238 

Slayton, Jon 238 

Sledge, Carlton 356 

Sledge, Penny 133 

Slentz, Jennifer 131, 133 

Sloan, Anthony 238, 348 

Smira, Kevin 219 

Smith, Aaron 265 

Smith, Adam 265, 359 

Smith, Alicia 64,219 

Smith, Amy 238, 265 

Smith, Angie 187 

Smith, April 64, 347 

Smith, BUI 265 

Smith, Billy 299 

Smith, Bruce 239, 335, 384 

Smith, Bud 185 

Smith, Carrie 219 

Smith, Christy 239, 338 

Smith, Chris 322, 329 

Smith, Clay 265, 372 

Smith, Courtney April 219,350 
Smith, Damon 359 

Smith, David 322, 323 

Smith, Dianne 80, 81, 184 

Smith, Dusty 265, 299, 320, 

324, 325, 336 
Smith, Emmit 359 

Smith, Eric 299 

Smith, Erica 299 

Smith, Gary 265 

Smith, Greg 199, 326 

Smith, Jack 219,366 

Smith, Jeff 187,299,315,319 
Smith, Jennifer 133, 265, 299 
Smith, Jimmy 344 

Smith, John Benjamin 420 

Smith, Jon 265 

Smith, Joycelyn 55,309 

Smith, Katie 309 

Smith, Kelly 239, 299 

Smith, Ken 219, 348 

Smith, Kevin 365 

Smith, Kristen 324 

Smith, Kristin 265, 338 

Smith, Kyle 219 

Smith, Lacey 239,324,351,361 
Smith, LaCharlotte 153 

Smith, Laurie 133 

SMith, Lee 299, 320. 346 

Smith, Lisa 265 

Smith, Loren 219 

Smith, Marisa 265, 325 

Smith, Michael 133,219.299, 
324, 325 
Smith, Michelle 299, 334 

Smith, Nancy 265 

Smith, Nicole 265, 338, 379 

Smith, Patricia 265 

Smith, Pete 372 

Smith, Ray 219 

Smith, Rebecca 324 

Smith, Richard 299 

Smith, Ricky 351 

Smith, Robert 231 

Smith, Roderick 239 

Smith, Shannon 239, 328 

Smith, Sherry 239 

Smith, Shon 299 

Smith, Smitry 219 

Smith, Steve 170,299,319 

Smith, Stuart 219 

Smith, Susan 299 

Smith, Thomas C 239, 299, 404 
Smith, Tina 361 

Smith, Trey 133 

Smith, Vickie 299,315,339, 

376 
Smith, William 133 

Smith-Hooper, Teresa 299 

Smith-Vaniz, Dees 265, 337, 

352 
Smithey, Heather 239 

Smithey, Mark 374 

Smitt, Wayne 329 

Smock, Darrell 299, 340, 359 
Sneed, Melinda 265, 352, 354 
Snell, Beverly 239, 324, 383 

Snell, Eric 300 

Snow, Britton 55, 380 

Snow, Steven 186 

Snuggs, Jeff 300 

Snyder, Deeg 219,340 

Sokolnik, Natalye 300 

Sokolsky, Alexander 329 

Solomon, James 133 

Sontag, Joshua 359 

Sorrels, Natalie 239,314,324, 
361,372 
Sorrels, Natlie 315 

Souders, Christy 317 

Sours, Caroline 265 

South, Ben 380 

South, Ed 356 

South, Jarod 300 

SowelL Stephanie 324 

Spain, Rebecca 133 

Sparkman, Al 334 

Sparrow, Charles 327 

Speakman, Rosemary 265 

Spears, Jake 356 

Speck, Catherine 265, 333, 383 
Speck, Michael 133, 239, 361 
Speer, Mike 300 

Spell, Brian 219 

Spell, Robert 320 

Spell, Robin 239, 328 

Spells, Ricky 195 

Spence, Benji 63 

Spence, Jane 300 

Spence, John Benjamin 167, 

219 
Spencer, Alden 219 

Spencer, Lisa 300, 354 

Spiess, Rhonda 239 

Spiller, Patrick 219 

Spillers, Brian 401 

Spradling, Shelle 219 

Spritzer, Wilma 194 

Srinivas, Bontu 329 



Srinivashan, Sekar 309 

Staats, Marc 366, 367 

Stafford, Anne 133 

Stafford, Jeff 300, 320 

Stalcup, Shelley 386 

Stallings, Sydney 93. 300, 324, 
354, 386 
Stamps, Amanda 265,314,324, 
326, 360, 378 
Standley, Brenda 
Standley, James 



Stanford, John 
Stanford, Sean 
Stanley, Mark 
Stanley, Robby 
Stanphill, Jim 
Stark, Becky 
Starling, Yulanda 
Starr, Christa 
Stastny, Barbara 
Staton, Wendy 
Steadham, Judi 
Steadman, Susan 
Steele, Sonya 
Steen, Shara 
Stegall, Curtis 
Stegall, Mandy 
Steinberg, Lisa 
Stennis, Kletina 
Stentz, Jennifer 
Stephens, Catherine 
Stephens, Eric 
Stephenson, Calandi 
Steuer, Wendy 
Stevens, Chris 
Stevens, Jill 
Stevens, Roy 



239. 361 

322,323 

265 

133, 362 

265 

133, 239, 332 

300, 374 

219 

300, 335, 387 

265 

184 

219, 337 

27, 265 

136 



265 

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265 
300 
184 
195 
219 
363 
151 
219 
300,331 
219 
239,317,324 
199 



Stevenson, Nicole 
Stevenson, Tommy Jr 
Steward, Barry 
Steward, Niecy 
Steward, Rejanah 
Stewart, Adrienne 
Stewart, Andrea 
Stewart, Bernice 
Stewart, Brett 
Stewart, Chad 
Stewart, Charles L 
Stewart, Dena 
Stewart, Michael 
Stewart, Paula 
Stewart, Sandi 
Stewart, Sheri 
Still, James 
Still, Melanie 
Stockman, Paige 
Stocks, Chad 
Stockstill, Lee 
Stockton, Brian 
Stodard, Melanie 
Stogner, Tommy 
Stokes, Anita 
Stokes, Tracy 
Stone, Dewayne 
Stoothoff, Kevin 
Storm, Mathew 
Story, Charless 
Stout, Carmen 
Stout, Jeff 
Stout, Tarea 
Stovall, James 
Stover, Melissa 
Stowe, Wendy 
Strahan, Jason 
Strange, Tammy 
Stratton, John 



239 
401 
265 
372 
239, 378 

19,317,342 
239 

66, 265, 350 
133 
266 
357 
266, 320 
300 
133 
349 
219,338 
365 
317 
266 
334 

IXC 

219 

324, 338 

266 



Street, Barry 
Street, Mari Elliot 
Street, Mary Elliot 



199 
374 
239 
184 
324 
356 
219 
300 
309 
220 
239 
239 
300 
300, 365 
300, 314, 343, 
385 
239 
29, 266 
316 



Street, Simeon 55, 266, 324, 328 

Streeter, Clinton 

Streeter, Tina 

Streetman, Jason 

Streets, Doug 

Streit, Gina 

Strickland, Katherine 



Strickland, Mark 
Strickland, Tammy 
Strickland, Tracy 
Stringer, Archie 
Stringfellow, Dean 
Strong, Ryan 
Stuart, David 
Stuart, Jay 
Stubbs, Bryant 
Stucky, Stephanie 

Stultz, Paul 
Stultz, Sherry 
Sturdevant, Benjanette 
Sturdivant, Troy 
Sturgis, Cheryl 
Sturgis, Christopher 
Suarna, Endang 
Suddoth, Cassandra 
Sullivan, Alex 
Sullivan, Amanda 
Sullivan, Mary 
Sullivan, Susan 
Sumrall, Richard 
Sumrall, Shan 
Sumrall, Tammy 
Sumrall, Von 
Surholt, Jennifer 
Surholt, Shannon 
Surles, Brad 
Suthar, Dipti 
Sutherland, Bart 
Sutton, Brian 
Sutton, Terreia 
Swaffar, Cyndy 
Swafford, Cynthia 
Swafford, Seth 
Swain, Karen 
Swain, Margo 
Swann, Melvin 
Swann, Minae 
Swearengen, Cantrece 
Sweitzer, Jennifer 
Swenson, Travis 
Swift, Monica 
Swilley, Shelley 
Swindall, Angel 
Swindle, Randy 



300 
300 
351 
380 
345 
133, 300, 
354 
374 
195 
239 
266 
186 

324, 361 
348 
220 

133,332 

266, 317, 

324, 338, 361 

239 

368, 370 



239 
344 
220 
266 
309 
328 
300 
361 
300 
300 
300 
220 
300 

368, 370 
239 
315 
161 
266 
185 
300 

364, 391 
194 
199 
220 
239 
319 
300 
266 
67, 266 
335 
301 
328 
239 
240 
357 



Swinney, Bradford 




240 


Tomkins, Larry 




170 


Vinson, James 


324, 


369 


Watson, Scott 


241, 


361 


Williams, Charlotte 




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Worthy, Margaret 




242 


Sylvester, Susan 




199 


Tomlin, Bill 


328, 


346 


Vollor, Timothy 




302 


Watson, Shannon 




221 


Williams, Chris 




336 


Woshner, Victoria 




185 


Szucs, Julianna 




361 


Tomlin, Lisa 


301, 


376 


VonLubbe, Stefan 




187 


Watson, Stevie 




241 


Williams, Clay 55, 60, 95, 


304 


Wozencraft, Shawn 




269 


Szurgot, Ron 


55, 


301 


Tomlin, William 




302 


Voyles, Valerie 




240 


Watson, Tom 




184 


Williams, Debra 


55, 


391 


Wraggs, Maggie 




269 


T 






Tompkins, Laura 




302 


Vozzo, John 




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Watts, Katina 




221 


Williams, Drew 


167, 


170 


Wray, Catherine 




305 


Tabb, Ryan 




220 


Tompkins, Teresa 240. 


380, 


(HI 


Vuncannon, Ara 302, 


339, 


356 


Wax, Christopher 




241 


Williams, Eddie 


351, 


401 


Wray, Jennifer 


305, 


326 


Tabor, Apryl 240. 


.324, 


337 


Toncrey, Tony 




267 


W 






Weathersby, Kellie 




374 


Williams, Erick 




241 


Wright, Angela 133, 


223, 


356 


Tabor, Tern 324, 351, 


361, 


368, 


Toney, Kristi 267, 


314, 


324 


Wade, Evelyn 




184 


Weaver, Amber 




221 


Williams, Fayette 




222 


Wright, Bonnie 


384, 


v>\ 




370, 


371 


Tonkel, Shelley 




355 


Wade, Jason 




267 


Weaver, Angela 




133 


Williams, Gina 




222 


Wright, Brian 




124 


Tackett, Daniel 




301 


Tonkel, Tracy 




267 


Wade, John 




267 


Weaver, Stewart 




303 


Williams, Greg 




304 


Wright, Deborah 




133 


Taddy, Trina 


138, 


139 


Torrence, Mala 




356 


Wade, Mark 




580 


Webb, Dave 241, 


340, 


383 


Williams, Janice 


304, 


354 


Wright, Dennis 




305 


Take, Derrick 




220 


Torrey, Ramsay 




302 


Wade, Melanie 


94, 


303 


Webb, David 




361 


Williams, Jason 


268, 


359 


Wright, James 




269 


Taliaferro, Jackie 




384 


Toups, Renee 




136 


Wade, Melody 




133 


Webb, Misty 




221 


Williams, Jeffrey 




304 


Wright, Jeanette 




27 3 


Tan, Thuan-Par 




301 


Towles, Phillip 




302 


Wager, Todd 




303 


Webb, Stephanie 


303, 


354 


Williams, Juandalyn 


55, 


386, 


Wright, Jennifer 




3X0 


Tan, Thuan-Pheow 




301 


Townsend, Stacy 




302 


Wages, Melanie 


221, 


328 


Webb, Tracey 




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391 


Wright, Kim 54, 269, 


305, 


335 


Tan, Yoke 




133 


Townsend, Tiffany 




240 


Wagner, Geoffery 




133 


Webb, Tyna 




379 


Williams, Leigh 




364 


Wright, Michael 




133 


Tan, Yoke-Peng 


301, 


329 


Traicoff, Todd 




220 


Wagner, Kyle 


22 1, 


362 


Webber, Michell 




31/ 


Williams, Lonnie 




222 


Wright, Mildred 




269 


Tang, Christina 




324 


Trainor, Ellen 




302 


Wainaina, Gituro 


310, 


349 


Webber, Nichell 325, 


337, 


347 


Williams, Lori 




186 


Wright, Morris 




375 


Tang, Yu-Pei 




301 


Tramel, Myrna 




329 


Waite, Kelly 




77 


Webster, Gregory 




268 


Williams, Melinda 


340, 


374 


Wright, Stephen 


133, 


269 


Tanksley, Scott 


326, 


337 


Trammell, Marilyn 




67 


Walcher, Lanessa 




240 


Webster, Leigh Anne 


268, 


328 


Williams, Michael 133, 


304, 


375 


Wright, Tiffany 


305, 


364 


Tankson, Jeanetta 


332, 


335 


Tran, Houng 




220 


Walden, Brad 




267 


Webster, Lisa 




241 


Williams, Misti 




320 


Wross, JoAnn 




185 


Tann, Mapp 




266 


Tran, Kiev-anh 




220 


Walden, Tiffany 


94, 


303 


Wedding, David 


268, 


339 


Williams, Penny 




222 


Wu, Alfred 




329 


Tanner, Heath 




266 


Tran, Michael 




316 


Walder, Monte 




359 


Wedgeworth, Debbie 


195, 


199 


Williams, Roosevelt 




241 


Wu, Dongmei 




329 


Tanner, Kimberly 




266 


Tran, Soang 




220 


Waldrip, Jeff 




221 


Weeks, Kevin 




303 


Williams, Sarah 




364 


Wu, Yaoxin 




310 


Tanner, Misty 




220 


Travis, Justin 133, 


240, 


362 


Walker, Andrea 




221 


Weems, Hope 303, 


324, 


328 


Williams, Scotty 




268 


Wurm, Brad 


95, 


305 


Taranto, Monica 




301 


Travis, Nathan 




220 


Walker, Bob 


363, 


372 


Weir, Tess 




241 


Williams, Shannon 




353 


Wurm, Van 95, 


344, 


357 


Tate, Allison 




199 


Traylor, Ginger 




302 


Walker, Brent 




320 


Weiss, Philip 




24 1 


Williams, Shaun 




304 


Wust, Brandi 


242, 


420 


Tate, Chris 


301, 


347 


Traylor, Karen 




267 


Walker, Carey 




2411 


Welch, Alston 


368, 


370 


Williams, Shawn 




356 


Wyczawski, Paul 




170 


Tate, Kevin 266, 


368, 


371 


Trevathan, Elizabeth 


73, 


267, 


Walker, Carl 




331 


Welch, Christie 




268 


Williams, Sheila 


268, 


332 


Wynne, Allison 




269 


Tate, Laura Copeland 


301, 


347,. 






314 


Walker, Carly 




221 


Welch, Elizabeth 


303, 


324 


Williams, Shionell 




241 


Wynne, Corin 




328 






373 


Tribolet, Scott 




170 


Walker, Elisa 




303 


Welch, Kimberly 




303 


Williams, Sidney 179, 


304, 


325, 


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199 


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195 


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221 


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222 


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185 


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267 


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305 


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360 


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310 


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304 


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305 


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305 


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241 


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324 


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222 


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241 


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220 


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305 


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349 


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366 


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304 


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267 


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133 


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221 


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221 


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268 


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310 


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303 


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349 


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195 


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267 


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221 


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269 


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269 


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241 


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186 


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345 


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301 


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324 


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269 


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242 


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133 


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302 


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305 


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339 


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221 


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303 


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305 


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267 


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310 






350 


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269 


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305 






420 


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240 


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268 


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222 


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359 


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301 


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355 


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301 


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304 


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133 


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133 


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223 








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266 


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221 


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385 


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304 


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269 








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361 


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354 


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314 


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222 


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187 








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267 


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302 


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268 


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242 








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220 


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374 




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241 


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309 


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240 


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333 


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304 


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345 


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194 


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222 


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240 


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319 


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324 


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304 


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242 








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267 


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363 


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354 


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337 


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334 








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240 


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330 


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133 


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334 








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220 






420 


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241 


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187 


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133 








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324 


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221 


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222 


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242 








Tipton, Holly 




220 


Versiga, Eve 




240 


Watkins, Todd 




303 


Willams, Leigh 




222 


Woods, Tracie 




269 








Tipton, John 


240 


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195 


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Watson, Bob 




185 


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268 


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334 








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133 


Vidal, Vonda 




199 


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241 


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241 


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133 


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267 


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302 


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404 


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223 








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301 


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94 


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268 


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241 


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305 








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240 


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310 


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303 


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334 


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349 


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241 


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321 








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240 


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349 


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332 


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223 








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365 


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221 






151 


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268 


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377 








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301 


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221 


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Being editor has truly been a learning and enjoyable experience. The 
past year has taught me many lessons about people and yearbooks. I 
have learned the importance of being friendly. For certainly everything 
is much nicer when there is a kind, helpful voice on the other end of 
the line, or even when someone will step out of their position to do 
something extra. I have also learned the aggrevation of encountering 
apathetic people, ones who don't take the extra two minutes to even 
have their picture made. To all of those who do care and take the extra 
time, your effort is appreciated more than you know. And to the others 
— why not live life to the fullest? 

The yearbook staff has worked diligendy to assemble a book that 
represents this university and the people of it. We hope you are pleased 
with the result, because much of our work goes without reward. And 
to this hard-working staff I would like to extend an extra-special thank 
you. (I certainly couldn't have done it without you). Michelle New- 
som, as business manager, you have handled the affairs with great 
proficiency. You have even gone several steps further to assist the staff 
and to keep me in line. Thank you for your support and hard work. To 
Kim Palmer, thanks for all the long nights of extra work you put in to 
produce the pictures for this book, not to mention the countless 
assignments you handled. Obviously, without the photographers this 
book could not exist, so a special thanks to all those who contributed, 
especially those who were "on call" twenty-four hours a day — like 
Sonny Mathews, Ralph Shearer and Mike Nichols (also those who had 
to try three or four times just for one organization shot — like Mike 
Bedgood or Mark May.) 

The section editors took control and went from there, and I 
appreciate your commitment. (I believe I can speak on their behalf to 
thank the staff members who helped each section.) Stephanie Alligood 
deserves a special thanks for handling the sports section alone — and 
doing a beautiful job; not to mention being congenial to those who 
were not so congenial to you. Michel Crane and Shellie Hodges also 
handled sections of their own and completed them with skill. Kevin 
Lewis worked extra hard with Corrine Leyden to give the organization 
section the professional appearance. Anna Minor and Mary Jakway did 
the monotonous work of putting together the class section, and a 
special thanks to Anna for doing the new Meridian section. Christie 
Veach and Amy Russell put their creativity to work to create a "lively" 
life section. Mechel Clark deserves appreciation for consistendy being 
there to handle the phone calls and even working on some pages. 
Michael Hobby gets recognition for his insight and for continuing to 
answer my questions, even if they came at six o'clock in the morning. I 
would also like to mention Dr. Keith and Dr. Foster who directed me 
through this crazy year and helped me when I needed it, whether or 
not it concerned the yearbook. 

Personally, I would like to thank my friends for their support 
throughout the years. You may not understand how I handled it all, 
but you never lost your faith in me — thanks and I love you all — Joy, 
Maria, Christy, Jennifer, Leanne, and Laura. Also a special thanks goes 
to my mom and dad who knew I could do it all along. Another thank 
you goes to my husband Brian who quietly listened to my complaints 
and problems and was beside me all the way. 

I have certainly enjoyed this experience and will learn from my 
mistakes, cherish my accomplishments, and continue to live life to the 
fullest. 

— Charity 



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COLOPHON 

Mississippi State University's 89th volume of 
the Reveille was printed by Taylor Publishing 
Company of Dallas, Texas with the use of sin- 
gle color, two color, and four color presses. 
Paper stock for all pages is 80 pound number 
one grade enamel. Endsheets are coral sand 
with blind emboss. 

The original cover and division pages were 
designed by Charity Scott with the professional 
help of Dolores Landin, Taylor Artist. The di- 
vision pages' background design is from Hall- 
mark wrapping paper. The cover is red 061 
vellum with handtool grain. The cover employs 
emboss and deboss technique with copper ink 
and brass foil stamp. The prominent typestyles 
are Nouveau and Garamond. 

Professional Images of Jackson, Mississippi 
provided all student photographs in the class 
section. Additional photographs throughout 
the book were provided by Fred Faulk of Uni- 
versity Relations and Media Relations of the 
Athletic Department. The Chalet did most of 
the color processing and supplies. Precision 
Photo & Camera did many of the color en- 
largements. The majority of the black and 
white photographs were taken by and pro- 
cessed by staff photographers who are full time 
MSU students. 

The Reveille is produced and managed by 
students of Mississippi State University. Copies 
of the yearbook are purchased by full time, 
undergraduate students through an activity fee 
of $8.50 per semester. The press run of the 
1993 Reveille was 7200 copies of 424 pages 
each. 



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STUDENTS 
Bart H. Brewer, 

Ocean Springs 

Sonya Marie 

flailes, Shubuta 

T. Adam 

Upchurch, 

Nashville, TN 

Paul Eugene 

Gate wood, Laurel 

James Guy 

Russell, 

Blytheville, AR 

Phillip A. Perry, 

Miami, FL 

Pamela Tiffany 

Miller, Jackson 

Jon Stephen 

Steckler, Natchez 

Nathan Welch 

Jones, 

Philadelphia 



FACULTY 

Charles E. 

Couvillion, Yet. 

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Hugh Duncan, 

Physical Plant 

Hayes T. Farrish, 

Tunica Co. MCES 

Ludie Westbrook, 

Chickasaw Co. 

MCES 

Ruth H. Purcell, 

Sunflower Co. 

MCES 

Roger Clay 

Simmons, 

MCES/MSU 

Lennie G. Kizer, 

MCES 

Johnnie Pigg, 

Wayne Co. MCES 

Catherine 

Williams, Adams 

Co. MCES 

Rupert B. 

Johnston, MCES 

John H. 

Patterson, MSU 




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