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THE
QUAKER

'84

Guilford College
Greensboro, North

Carolina
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New Garden Hall




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Library




Mary Hobbs Hall




Founders Hall




Center For Continuing Education



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Ragsdale House



FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION




William Rogers, President




Bruce Stewart, Provost



Sam Schuman. Academic Dean




Fran Cook, Dean Of Admissions and Financial Aid



Ann Johnson, Director Of Continuing Education




Richard Coe, Business Manager



Floyd Reynolds. Re.yistr



BUSINESS OFFICE




Reubene Brown, Debra Bollinger, Linda Clark, Richard Coe, Andrea Hall, Vernera Hodgin, Anna McLemore, Patsy
Osborne, Kathleen Ward



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COMPUTER SERVICES




Paula Barnes, Pamela Larkms, Charles White, PatrKia W.irren



FINANCIAL AID




Anthony Gurley, Dianne Harrison



ADMISSIONS AND CENTER FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION




Ann Johnson, Dianna Lebaube, Cathy West, Thomas West, Carol KiUian, Susan Aubuchon, John Bell, Melanie
Bodie, Sara Bohn, June Chambliss, Frances Cook, Peter Freyburg, Susan Freyberg, Jo Ellen Grubbs, Sandra
Pearman, Beth Shope, Anona Smith, Frankhn Zirkle



FROM THE DESK OF THE EDITOR



I regret that each and every individual associated with the Guilford College community can not be pictured in the
1 984 edition of THE QUAKER. I feel that everyone involved with Guilford College serves to better the whole of the
institution in whatever capacity he or she may perform. I have chosen to list the names of all administrators and staff
picturing those with whom all students at Guilco interact on a regular basis. As a small token of gratitude from the
entire student body and in recognition of a job well-done, I dedicate the following poem to the faculty, staff, and
administration at Guilford College



IF

If you can keep your head when all about you

Are losing theirs and blaming it on you.
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,

But make allowance for their doubting you:

If you can wait and not be tired by waiting.

Or being lied about, don't deal in lies,
Or being hated, don't give way to hating,

And yet don't look too good, nor talk too tvise:

If you can dream — and not make dreams your master:

If you can think — and not make thoughts your aim:
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster

And treat those two imposters just the same:
If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken

Twisted by knives to make a trap for fools.
Or watch the things you gave your life to. broken.

And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools:

If you can make on heap of all you winnings

And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss.
And lose, and start again at your beginnings

And never breathe a word about your loss:
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew

To serve your turn long after they are gone.
And so hold on when there is nothing in you

Except the Will ivhich says to them: "Hold on"

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue.

Or walk with Kings — nor lose the common touch.
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you.

If all men count with you, but none too much:
If you can fill the unforgiving minute

With sixty seconds' worth of distance run.
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it.

And — which is more — you'll be a Man, my son.

Rudyard Kipling



ACADEMIC SKILLS CENTER —

Claire Helgeson

ATHLETICS —

Ray Alley, Herbert Appenzeller. Mary Broos, Gayle Currie. David Dowd, Millie
Dunkel, Judith Flynn. Charles Forbes, Stuart Maynard, Geoffrey Miller, Thomas
Saunders, Steven Skinner, David Owens, Fred Oliver, David Bowman, Jerald
Hawkins, Joyce Clark, John Jensen, Bambi Andrews, Devona Roche, Dan Dun-
kel, Woody Edwards, Debbie Gray, Sam Kennedy, Ann Wambach

BOOKSTORE AND MAILROOM —

Gertrude Cloutier, Barbara Sue Cuthbertson, Delores Desanto, Donna Hicks,
Mildred Marietta, Josephine Moore

CORRESPONDENCE CENTER —

Fran Andreas, Anita Arwood, Jean Glenn, Mildred Redmond, Alex Barker, Brant
Gallimore, Sharon Campbell

DEVELOPMENT —

Andrew Bell, Helen Bartis, Janette Earl, Binford Farlow, Anne Jones, Christel
Lee, Eleanor McGinty, George Ralls, David Stanfield, Stephanie Walker, Corene
Wilson

EPICURE —

Douglas Gilmer, Shirley House, Ellen Parker

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT —

Carol Stoneburner

FINANCIAL AFFAIRS —

Marie Foxworth, James Newlin

FRIENDS ASSOCIATION FOR HIGHER EDUCATION —

Nate Shope, Anne Shope

FRIENDS CENTER —

Judith Harvey

HOUSEKEEPING —

Bessie Carter, Judy Carter, Sheila Cooke, Jesse Degraffinried, Harvey Ellis,
Clarence Galling, George Hagood, Georgia Hairston, Evelyn Hall, Phyllis Hen-
drick, Dorothy Hill, Emmajames, Ed Johnson, Ronnie Johnson, Colombus Lowe,



Mary Lowe, Ruth Lowe, Peggy Marshall, James Martin, Mary Minor, Julius Moore,
Sallie Moore, Daisy Sides, Charles Taylor, Elaine Taylor, Wesley Taylor, Vera
Waddell, Thurl Williams

INTER-LINK —

Rita Freud, Robert Freud, Mary Schultz, Ahad Shahbaz, Sue Siler

LIBRARY —

Gertrude Beal, Claudine Daniel, James Payne, Elizabeth Place-Beary, Herbert
Poole, Elizabeth Rich, Nancy Seism, Deborah Shaw, Marion Thorpe, Rebecca
Vail.

MAINTENANCE —

Hampton Alston, Russell Babb, George Blaikie, Carlton Bryant, Doug Curtis,
Bobby Falls, Robert Flinchum, Barbara Hill, Henry Hill, Sharon Jones, Julian
Lewis, John Lindstrom, Jeffery Lough, Harold Mitchell, Henry Passmore, James
Richardson, Marion Sapp, William Scott, Ernest Tinnin

OFFICES OF THE PRESIDENT. DEAN. AND PROVOST —

Betty Marbert, Nancy Settiemyre, Helen Sizemore, Catherine Tate

OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAMS —

Miriam Collins

PERSONNEL —

Helen Thomas

"PHOTON"-

Daniel McGehee

PUBLIC RELATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS —

Jo Anne Jennings, Darst McNairy, Jeanene Williams

STUDENT SERVICES —

Mary Beth Alexander, Lucy Barden, Cristin Council Flynt, Olive Jenkins, James F.
Keith, Dick Dyer, Audrey Horney, Frank Issac, Robert White, Claudette Frank-
lin, Jane Godard Caris, M. James Donathan, Dan Fredericks, Linda Jessee, Jan
Prillaman, Ken Schwab, Hugh Stohler, Paula Swonguer, Denise Nugent, Elsie
Bryant

SURF-N-SOUND —

Cordell Baum, Ellis Flinchum



ACCOUNTING








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Members of Department — William Grubbs, Bob M. Keeny, Ralph Frey, Cynthia Caudell, Garland Granger, Bob
Jackson, Edward Roach



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE




Members ot D(.partment — John Grice, Barton Parks, Richard Kama (not pictured)



ART




Members of Department — Adele Wayman, Roy Nydorf, James McMillan, Jerry Bontager (not pictured)



BIOLOGY




Members of Department — William Fulcher, Lynn Moseley, Jacqueline Ludel, Robert Bryden, Frank Keegan.



CHEMISTRY




Members ot Department — Ted Bentey (pictured), Dave Maclnnes, Lawrence Gains



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DRAMA AND SPEECH





Members of Department — DonalJ Deagon. Joan Zubl, Peggy King



ECONOMICS




Members of Department — Scott Gassier, Carol Clark, Robert Williams



EDUCATION




Members of Department — Patricia Schwab, Gwen Reddeck, Barbara Dreyer



ENGLISH




Members ot Department — Lee Johnson, Jane Bengel, , Ellen O'Brien, (not pictured): Elizabeth Kt
Rudolph Behar, Carter Delafield, James Outsell, Richard Morton, Rebecca DeHaven, John Lamiman, .
Cochran, Tom Huey, Sue Keith



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FOREIGN LAN GUAG E

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Members of Department — James McNab, Claude Chauvigne, Marcy Thompson, Kim Viviviam, Anne Rampolia,
Maritza Almeida, Ligia D. Hunt

GEOLOGY




Members of Department — Cyril Harvey (pictured), Charles Almy, Jay Van Tassell



HISTORY




Members of Department — Martha Cooley, Alex Stoesen, Henry Hood, Dorothy Borei, Sarah Mahno, Adrienne
Manns



MANAGEMENT




Members of Department — William Stevens (pictured), Edwin Caudill, Fred Courtney, Mary Lmd, Catherine
Holderness, Sally Bowman, Chuck Carter, Beth Crabtree, Arnon Hurwitz, Michael Joseph, Charles Kroen, David
Moff



MATHEMATICS




Members of Department — Elwood Parker, lima Manduley, James BiiyJ, Kenneth Walker, G. Rudolph Gordh



MUSIC




Members ot Department — Carol Burnett (pictured), Ed Lowe, David Pinnix



PHILOSOPHY




PHYSICS







Members of Department — Jonathan Malino, Grimsley Hobbs, William
Biedler, Donald Millholland (pictured)




Members of Department — Rex Adelberger, Sheridan Simon



POLITICAL SCIENCE IN CHAMBERS




Members of Department — Louis Fike, William Burris, "Margaret Thatcher", William Carroll, William Schmickle



PSYCHOLOGY




Members of Department — Kathryn Adams, Hunnctta Franl<lin, Jerry GoJard, Jacqueline Ludel, Claire Morse,
Richard Zweigenhaft



RELIGIOUS STUDIES




Members ot Department — John Stoneburner, Mel Keiser, FloyJ Moore, Joseph Groves



SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY




Members of Department — Paul Zopf (pictured), Cyrus Johnson, Vernie Davis



SENIORS




The Class Of 1984



Adale Abel

Tammy Strickland

Gene Mirken




Karen Austen

5ill Meade and Mark Gurley

Brian Seabrook





Bob Assfalg
Sophie Tait
Susan Rosen




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Sam Monroe and Rob Summers

Linda Thur




DeeDee Cogpin

Tripp Pittman and Ernesto Calderon

Jimmy Wilson







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Lyn Beasley
Greg Baker







Walt Carter and David Hood

Joy Opaleski S ^

Curt Marshall




June Carpenter

Dan Schabacker

Tom Shahady




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John Hoarty
Lindsey Nicklas



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Linda Young
Wendy Barkley
Sam Monroe




John Mottcrn

Ellen Gilmorc

Vivian Smith




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Susan Anderson

Victoria Scott





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JoAnne Chase
Cindy Smith



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Bill Holland
Gayle Coppock



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Kellie Hymes

Scott Livengood

Edna Johnston




Kevin Britt

John Fulchcr

"Friends"




David Wekesa
"Undergraduate"
Linda Swerdlow




Bess McMichael

"Ms. Peddywinkles' School For Young Ladies"

"Feel My Anatomy"




Joe Stud's School Ot "The Arts"
Ouch. That Smarts
"Presidential Stroll"





Louise Perry
Mogomotsi Lentsoe
Mimi Penney




Kelli Wise

Alice George

Linda Swerdlow and Lori Bragg




The Class Of '84 In Verse



Sorrow preys upon its solitude.

The busy have no time for tears.

Byron

Submitted by — Dennis Blue



Education is something tar too important to be taken

seriously.

J.C. Grice

Submitted by — Jimmy Wilson



The greatest joy in lite is to achieve what others say you

cannot.

Unknown

Submitted by — Lyn Beasley



But, Lord Crist. Whan that it remembreth me
Upon my yowthe, and on my lolitee.
It tikleth me aboute myn herte roote.
Unto this day it dooth myn herte boote
That I have had my world as in my time.

Wife Ot Bath, Canterbury Tales
Submitted by — Kimberly Willis



1 have learned
that to be
with those
Hike
is enough.
Walt Whitman



Though we travel

the world over

To tind the beautiful.

We must carry it with us

Ore we will

Find it not.

Emerson



My love is like grasses hidden in the deep mountain;
though Its abundance increases, there is none that
knows.



The present is the hvinu sum total of the whole past.

Carlyle



Remember this also, and be well persuaded ot its truth:
the future is not in the hands of fate, but in ours.

Jules Jusserand



JChat lies behind us
f^nd what lies before us
^re tiny matters compared to
O^hat lies within us.

Emerson



If a man does not keep pace
with his companions,
perhaps it is because he hears
a different drummer.
Let him step to the music
he hears,

however measured or faraway.
Thoreau



Never look down to test the ground before taking your next step;
anly he who keeps his eye fixed on the far horizon will tind his right
road.

Dag Hammarskiold



Friendship is the
Inexpressible comfort
Of feeling safe with
A person having neither
To weigh thoughts
Nor measure words.

George Eliot



You can dream but you can never go back the way you came.

Jackson Browne



To accomplish great things we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also believe.

A. France



Holdfast to dreams, for it dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot
fly.

L. Hughes



We do not come to believe in ourselves
until someone reveals that deep inside us
something is valuable
worth listening to
worthy of our trust
sacred to our touch.

Edwin M. McMahon



I see much, I say little, and do less.



Life is short and we have

Not too much time gladdening
The hearts of those who are

Traveling the dark way with us
Oh be swift to love.

Make haste to be kind.

Henri Amiel



"Every man has his Bethlehem where new possibilities and hopes are born.

Where his history is invaded by novelty and the potency tor new action.

At such times, the tyranny of the past and the terror ot the future give way betore a new time of open

possibility — the vibrant present."

TO A DANCING GOD
Submitted by — Mogomotsi Lentsoe



In Memoriam Of

Charlotte Degroot

Born — February 17, 1963

Died — August 25, 1983







We do not cry when we think ot people we love; we

smile. We smile because knowing them makes us a part

of something that can be "felt" but cannot be "seen" or

"touched", yet we know it to have more value than any

possession we could ever own. Charlotte gave us a ready

smile and encouragement for tomorrow. When we think

of her, we think of all she gave and all that we have to

remember and love and cherish. Each of Charlotte's

friends must deal with their loss in an individual way.

My counsel to those who knew her is taken from

reflection upon the Charlotte that I knew. "Have the

wisdom to love, to live, to take what fate the gods may

give. Hold your face to the sun and be inspired by her

warmth." t- • t i i

hric Locklear



John McFall
Caroline Bagby
David Bradley




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Sara
S. Low
Sara Low




Emily Ballus

Mac Herring and Lynn Summenil

Betsy Hunt






Hope Dixon

Tim Harris and Mary Ann TuUey

Rich Diodato




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Don Howie

Lindy Young and Jill Bohman

Janice Lynch and Elizabeth Johnson




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Megan Fitzgerald

Eric Tyrone Webster

Chris




Ellen Forloines
"Billv" Holland





Howard Holden
Kim Pearson
David Cummingham



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Michael Barker
James Hess
Amy Bliven




Jonathan Heard
Ginger Gaffney
Brenna Galvin and Sarah Brachman




Alican Horan

Chuck Veith

Rjchard (King) Malmberg





Jane Capin
Chip Hunnings
Elizabeth Ellen Denny






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Megan Fitzgerald

Charlotte Warren

Mary Edith Alexander




Susan Harvey
Brenna Galvin
Sarah Brachman




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Kent Crooks, Dan Madden, and Rob Clark




Ginger Gaffney and Rachel Purpel




Mimi Penney

Tina Stites

Kelly Wise

Alice George




GONE AND FORGOTTEN



"With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy.
Submitted by: Sally Goodwin



Desiderata



In Memorium

To

Jerome James "Jim" Fingeroff



Life is a series of unexpected circumstances. Each of us
must at one time or another fail victim to its ploy and act
upon the cards which are dealt to us. Often we must play
our hand in the shadow of another's misfortune. The game
is one having little pity on its players. It is designed to offer
each of us alternatives, but in the end, we make our own
decisions. The participants decide for themselves whether
or not they shall benefit from the fates of others. The loss of
a fellow player must be felt and grief must be dealt with but,
in respect to those fallen, we must not allow ourselves to
martyr such a loss.



UNDERCLASSMEN




From humble beginnings



Sandra Bodenheimer, Beth
Howard




John Lenartowitz



Beverly Horney, Wendy Brown, Diana

Wurster




S. MELLS — Travelling Incognito




Georgia Kreuter, Louise Jordan, Dawn Seymour, Dana Cooper,
Mary Jo Lindley, Amy Mahan



Helen Norfleet, Marnie Baum




Lili Levay, Paula Delmestri



'The hand is quicker than the lens.'



Tom Smith and
Thurston Spaulding



Emily "Bonkers" Bonk




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"The Magnificent Eleven Ride Again'







"77/ Tumble For You"
Laura Vila'Geis, Marie-Joel Landrau, Jessica Liebmann, Alberto Ramirez De Arellano. Fabienne
DAutricourt



Linda Brown, Daisy Ritsema,
Donna Baker, Nancy Baker





"South Carolina Girls" — Amy
and Jan Montgomery



Kelley Little, Laura Park



Rachel Purpel, Greg Hastings




Carol Rivera, Gretchen Rada




Jay Gilbert, Alan
Gene Riggs
Dillard, Todd Shuping



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Wendy Brown, Diana Wurster




Lynn Coleman, Johnnie
Hamby, Becky Charles, Irene
Borbas



Johnnie Hamby, Becky Charles




We're gonna get you .










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.No you're not.




Jean, Rachel, Louise
"The Guilco Sisters"



Steve Linvill and Jay Van
Tassel




Steve Williams




Taimi Olsen, Steve Sihton,
Dana Werner, Linda Nagel





Dave Tomlin and Charles
Merritt




Asgede Bereket Selassie



Ann Williams, Nicole Arena





Karen Bursch, Mimi Penney



Elizabeth Humes




Susan Price, James Kahn





Keith McCuUough




What next. Coach P







Get out of my way, jerk.



Roberto and friend.




Bo, Todd, Jim, Donna, Cathy, Becky, Laura, and ^

Tom




'Y,.^- \ Pam Ferris, Beth Pruden, Laura Davis, Lois
Hass



"And now, live from Guilford College .




"When in doubt, daydream




"Hay I want to look at the pretty pictures
too."



What you feel like the day after.




Togetherness




Bobby Jones
10 for 2




Chris Lambert
"I know this one's an ace.




Carl Caudle, David "D.B.")
Bradley, John McFall, Erich
Witzel



"Now if we could just
catch one for dinner."



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"Haven't I seen these guys

somewhere before." SHSSSB^^KSH^H ^ s»





"Dumb American Invention"










"Is this what I came to college for?"




"Watch It sister."



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"Watch the paws, mister."




Mark Latham
"Who let Mark on the field?'




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Darryl Dozier,
"Coach was right, dance class does help.



The One And Only

"Flash-




Brittany "Snee" Plaut,
Peer Plaut, Lynn Coleman



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Kathy Jessup, Susan
Harvey, Adele Harrison,
Denise Davis, Denise
Moore, Donna Horton,
Patti WiUiard, Susan
Manes, Libby Enos
"Beauty doesn't necessarily
mean brains."




This is called doing it the hard way



Hamilton Tyler




This one's for you mom.




"Do you have any
Alka-Seltzer, please?



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Owners and Coordinators

of The Pope House

Restaurant — Open

nightly




"Never has Guilford

looked so good."

Jane Adams, Denise Davis,

Denise Moore, Libby

Enos, Patti Willard, Susan

Manes, Adele Harrison





Lynwood Clinton Winslow, III

Wendy "Woo" Hood

Kim "Muffy" Willis

Susanna "Suzy" Terrell

Neil "Nicky" Davis




"Do you drink responsibly?"
"Or are you responsible for the
drinking?"




"All of this, just for a Stroh's"



"Maybe he doesn't know that it
spins automatically."




"Dear Mom: Send money.'




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"Friends Make The World Go Round"



"You with the camera, get out
of here."




""I'vi^-r^'^ji^'^^.!



"Quit clowning around.'





"Happiness"




The Ghost Of Dana
(But what about the shoes?)




"It's you Carlos."



"God, I hope the professor doesn't show."
Kitty Hubbard, Jenni Mclnnes, Stephen Spaulding, Ira
Schussel




Jo Anne Chase, Jam Montgomery, Betsy Hunt, Sarah James, Wendy Pierce, "Their Date", Lmda Thur




David "Dee" Keller, John "Rocko" Balance, Paul Ackerman, Bill Bunton, Aaron Daywit, Mike Ronco, Willard Clark,
John Alexander, Dave Lytle, Jim Fingerotf




Parker Turpin



Gwen Andrews, Kathy Boardman, Kerry McKay, and
Joanna Burnett




Melissa Gladney



CHEESE




Kelly Bowden

Samantha Moore

Jamie Beere




B.S. — Campus Tens




We're awesome, and we know it.




Do you want to say that again?



Okay, I take it back.




"Is this necessary Bo?"
"Shut-up Sam and smile.'





"Spasmatic"



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Some guys have all the luck.



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"You're gonna do what with my camera, Roy?




Jill Gregg, Missy Collins, Jane McCallum, Laurie Meehan




Karen Hemmer and Frank Belton




The Phantom Of The Darts



"Donna it's too cold to go
manhunting?"





Daryl Law, John Schley, Richard Malmberg, Dennis (The Menace) Gore, Chris Kimmel, Chris Otten, Jimmy Lockhart,
Jeff Wornstaff



The George White Guys



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Jay Norvell, Aaron Adams, Tom Hill, Loring Mortenson, Bill Slopey, Dan Kaplan, Steve McKenzie, Tim Savidge, George
Starwridge, Matt Burns, Pat Holder, John Anderson, Doug Grieco



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Dan and Debbie of "The Photon"



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Lucia Goffigon, Renee Godard, Barbara Ruby, and Carrie
Sorrell



Michael Penney and Charles Veith





Tim Dorian and Pete Ward



Peter Roth and "Cat" Page





Natalie Keeton, Kathy Jessup,
Dana Drapeau, and Anita Patel



Chris Konvalinka, Bartley Calder,
Nick Brown and Jamie Kirkpatrkk



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Nassar and Friends from
Inter-Link




Lisa Barnes and Amy Ardison




Chip Harsham and Pals



^ Brenna, Linda, Marcia, Ann and

kt . ^^ , Alberto



Martha Barnect and Melanie
Bischoff



Martha Jean Hayworth, Courtney
Collier, and Deborah Sandier




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Jennifer Roberts and Susan Hawley





Robby Bass and Paul Wilson



CLUBS
AND
ORGANIZATIONS




Working together with a common cause



Community Senate

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Dennis Blue, President

Kenlyn Riggs, Secretary

Jayne Mardock, Vice-President




The Community Senate as a whole. A "vague" group of people wouldn't you say:



Psychology Club




Sallie Gross, Kenlyn Riftss, Maryann Tully, Toni A. Pyle, Becky Spencer, Susan Harvey, Brian Seabrook, Heather D. Bernath,
Luke Van Wagner, Philip Polo, Deborah Dunn, Donna Baker, Barbara Ruby, Dana Drapeau, Paige Hogen, Steve Rubinstein,
Lucia Goffigon, Liane Jacobs, Renee Godard, Carrie Sorrell



Student Union




Amy Montgomery, Sean Murray, Rick Watson, Natalie Dolan, Barbara Ruby, Neil Davis, Curt Marshall, Lucia Gottigon,
Susanna Terrell, Wendy Hood, Lyn Beasley



International Relations Club


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