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Abbott, Eric 226,259 Abbott,Jona 250 Abbon,Scott 267 Ahbon,Wend� 267 Abel, Lea 208, 259 Accounting Society 198 Achenbllugh,Cory 244 Ackennnn, Kara 247 Acos1n.Joseph I so,151. 267 Aco.tn. Marcy 267 Adam�. Laurel 267 Adam,,Minam 20 I,222, 223,267 Adam� Nicole 247 Adkin�.Brant 259 Administration Building 38 Agee, Jason I 65 Agnew,Amy 220,228, 267 Agriculture Amba��adon. 198,199 AgricullurcCouncil 198 AgronomyClub 201 Ahler;,Jnmi 23l,259 Akins,Michelle 267 Al-Manni. Mohammiid 267 Alan,Ch:id 7 3 Alben, Angelo 267 Albenini, Dolorc� 51 Albenini,Virtiil 5 I Albin,Jim 173 Albre(ht, Rebecca 259 Albright. Erin 2'4 Albnght, Jill 259 Albnght,Scott 242,259 Aldrich. Darcy 165 Aldrich. Jodi 220 Aldrich, Josephine 267 Alexander. Don 267 Alger, Nikki 38,40,41. 267 Alger. Tom 159,259 Allee. Allen 253 Allee, Eddie 253 Allen. Andrn 242 Allen. Bonnie 267 Allen,Charle� 172 Allen, Dana 239, 267 Allen,Jill 220 Allen,Joey 59. 60,61 Allen,Julic 236 Allen,Ruye Lynn 267 Allen. Robin 259 Allen,Scon 219 Allen,Treva 196,197,201,222. 267 Allen, Waller 242,267 Alliance of Black Collegians 24. 196,200,201 AlphaChi 201 Alpha Gamma Rho 54,244,245 Alpha Kappa Lambdli 24, 5 2, 54. 246,247 Alpha Mu �amma 201 Alpha Phi Alf,1111 54, 55, 244, 245 Alpha Psi Omega 203 Alpha Sigma Alphn 20. 23,24, SJ. 54. 166.189,246,247,249 Alpha Tau\\lpha 24, 203 Al�up. Marla 267 Al�up. Richard 164, 174, 175 Altrock,Heather 267 American Home Economics Association 126 Ames, Kimberly 242 Amnesty International 203 Amos, Kirklin 267 Amundson. Lisa 205,212.267 Andel, Kenl 66, 90, 242 Anderl:I, Michael 215 Ande�on. Onryl 259 Anderson, Jamie 267 Anderson,Jeffrey 253 Anderson. Joel 56 Ander;on. Kelly 250. 259 Anderson,Lisa 254,267 Anderson, Nicole 247

,\ntfcrson,Steve 165 ,\ndcrson,Terry 3(M ,\ndcrson,Thomas 267 ,\I des. Sandr.i 267 ,\ndrcsen,Jason 267 ,\ndrcws, Patty 288 ,\ndrcws,Sharon 250, 259 ,\nn, Kayla 16 ,\ntcs. Dchhic 215. 267 i\rrlc.Christi 254 ,\pprill.Janel 239,267 ,\rchdckin,RacAnn 250 ,\rdiunne,Mark 163 Armiger,Chris 241. 267 ,\nnslrong. Jason 250,267 ,\rrnstrong.Leticia 233,267 ,\rmstn>ng.Melinda 259 ,\rmslrnng, Mike 84, KS Armstrong.Shannon 156,157, 193, 267 Arnold,Jennifer 267 ,\rt Education Assncialion 202,203 Arts, Mimi 236, 248 A,l1haugh. R:ty 124,125 A,hcmfl,John 2.4, 50, 56, 57 A,hley, Brenda 236,267 Mpen,Amy 250 A,sman,Barb 212 Assman,Brad 198,259 A,,ociation for Computing Ma, chinery 205 Alkins, Alphonso 248 Atkins,Angela 267 A1}.insnn. Nikole 259 A.1hud1on,Christine 267 A ,rrcn, George 242 Auffcn. Lynelle 165, 267 Ai ghe,Jeff 165 Auricmm:t, Dana 242 Ausdenmoore, Calhy 248,267 A111cn,Molly 239, 259 A �xicr, Darrin 254,267 A)·.:r.;, Jason 242,254,255

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Ba�u. Annelle 224 B:1.:chi.Tammy 247 B ,Jc, Gernldine 206 BJichoo,Noel 267 Baier. Manin 21,254 B. 1lcy.Dougla.� 252 Bailey, Kelsi III B:ulcy. Nancy 136,137.144 8:,ilcy, Steven 40 Bailey, Thomas 145 8. ir. Troy 54, 206,253. 259 B. ird, David 41 Baker, Beverly 254 Baker,Charlie 74 Baker, Dennea 219 Baker,Diane 2211,267 B.. kcr, Jeffrey 267 BJkcr,Jennifer 220,236,267 Baker, Tonyn 228,267 B: ker,Wade 205,224, 22K Bala, Anna 241 Balasubrumaninm, Premala 239, 267 BJlcs, Kari 267 B .iles, Kyle 267 B.llain,Man 206 Ballou, Bridget 250 Bangc, Edward 267 BJnks. Anna 84,267 Bankson.John 267 8,p1 tist Student Union 204,205 ll.ragary,Beth 267 Barber, Shalom 228.233,267 B arber, Shawn 267 BJrker.Scoll 20 I. 205, 259 Barnes,Ashley 145 Barnes, Kathy 29. 39, 224, 242, 259 llJmes,Nikki 242,267 B mhart, Brian 259

Barnhart,Kirk 267 Barnum 68,69 Barnum, P.T. 59,68 Barr.ill. Laur.i 208,259 Barring1on. Jeffrey 241.259 Barrington, Monica 247 Barry. Rohyn 242,267 Bana, Joseph 267 B.inhol,Rick 159,1118 Banlen,Br.innon 158, 159 Banlen,Jamey Kl. 215. 224,236, 259 Banlen,Scan 172 B:inmcn.Man 250 Banosh,Steve 53,248,249 Basch.ill 158. 159 Bass. Shannon 29 Bassel!,Gregory 2011,211. 259 Bales, Tom 219.267 Bauer,Tr.ici 39 Bnumann. Brenda 228,259 Bavaro, Bnnn 250 Bayer,Theresa 224 Bayne. Jessica 267 Beach, Susie 24 I. 259 Bearcatlanes 139,257 Bearcat Marching Band 36 Bean:al Steppers 205 Bean:nt Swcelheans 205 Beardsley, Jodie 69 Bcany,April 267 Beany. Tracy 157, 222 Bcaumonl,Dina 189,211,267 Beaver,Tar.i 248 Becker, Brian 267 Becker, Janel 201,220, 239,267 Becker,Melissa 205,212,254 Beckham,Michdle 250 Dedier.Jeff 253 Bedier, Kristene 267 Beebe, Heidi 205,267 Beeler, Audrca 267 Beeler,Steven 267 Beem, Beverly 267 Beemer, Arlin 65 Behney, Jeff 224 Behrens,Jeff 201 Belcher.Janice 211.224,26 7 Belik, DcbrJ 154, 155, 189, 206, 267 Belik,Julie 189,254,267 Bell,Amy 220,2211. 234,267 Bell, Becky 242 Bell,James 172 Bell,Jason 267 Bell.Jenny 254 Bellof, Brian 80 Bell Tower 311 Belzer, Nial 267 Benda,Kathryn 226, 248 Bendi xon.Jeff 267 Beneke,Jeff 219,267 Benesh,Aaron 148 Benge,Traci 267 Bcnnerone,Gary 288 Bcnncn.Cindy 40,267 Bcnnell,Glenda 233, 259 Bennell,Lori 267 Bennington,Michelle 254,268 Ben�on,Dave l5<J Benson,Sonya 205 Bentley, Bill 122 Bcrtidoh, Todd 268 Berger,Kellie 52 Bergmann,Vanessa 208,211,224 Bergren,Jodi 226, 228,248, 268 Berkenpas,Guy I 59 Berkley. Keith 2411 Bernard, BorbarJ 288 Berry,Berticc 84 Berry, Erin 205, 250 Berry. Julie 259 Benhclscn,Andrea 203,224,268 Benoldic,Amy 268 Dela Sigma Phi 2()6 Benerton,Julie 268 Bettis,Mervin 203

Bever,Jo 211 0kkfonl,Amy 132,205,2211. 268 Bicdc, M1chclle 259 Bierbaum,Susan 208,259 Bitia, Bob 46 Bii;a, Kimhcrly 254, 259 Bingham,Cuni� 172,:!01 Binning,Jon 253 Bin.hficld,Ben 201. 208,288 Bird, Lisa 230 Bishop,Jeffrey 219, 224 Bissel I. Todd I 58, 159 BJorl;. Kent 252 Blad. Baxlcr 1911 Bla,kburn, Amie 2611 Blair. Bonnie 301 Blair. Jennifer 241,247,268 Blair. Mindy 268 Blake,Juslin 254 Blaker, TrJCcy 2611 Blakcslad,Ryan 215,268 Bland,Julie 268 Blankenau.Christy 157 BIJnl.cn.�hip,Ni�kolc 241! Blanton,Cindy 259 Blanlon, Stephanie 220, 268 Blaskovich,Steve 253 Blaue, Ry.in 208, 222 Blaylock. Vin,ent 2K8 Blecha, Amanda 122. 12l,228 Blessing, Henry 244 Blomquist.Jon 247 Blondin,Chris 174,175, 2611 Blue Key National Honor S<x:1ety 2()6,207 Blum,Chris 248,259 Blum. Marcy 208 Blum,Tracey 242, 268 Bluml,Joel 206,241.248 Blun1, Shnri 269 Boaz,Maggie 269 Bobo,Bill 162, 163,248 Bohst, Kari 269 Bock, Kirk 159 Bock, Pamela 269 Bodenhamer, Kiley 247 Bocek, Dara 239,269 Boehm,Lindn 239, 254,269 Bogert. Nate 40, 203 Boggess,Todd 247 Bohlken. Robcn 88,192. 228,•288 Bohnnann, Rebeccn 269 Boldt,Jennifer 72, 269 Bolen, Lisa 247 Boles,Jenni 269 Bolger,Chellie 269 Bolles,Carla 250, 269 Bohinghouse,SuAnn 230,258 Bond,Christopher I 04 Bond,Jennifer 248 Bonello, Angela 242, 269 Boney, Karissa 242, 269 Bonus. Malt 259 Boos, Kalina 269 Booth, Joe 172 Booth, Kelly 269 81K1lh,Tr.iccy 220,239 Borchers,Tony 172. 222 Boring. Stacy 220,250, 269 Born, Edward 248 Bons, Wyman 226, 269 Boss, Kenl 269 Bolliger,CrJig 218,269,284 Boucher, Jeremy 254 Boudreau, Angela 192,269 Bounds, Seo\\ 55,234, 242,248 Bower, Donna 219,233.259 Bowman,Angel 228 Bowman. Billie 269 Bowmnn. Carrie 269 Bowman, Jone 269 Bowman, Palricia 299 Boxing 166,167 Bowron, Bill 253 Boyce, Amy 24 Boyce, Manhew 24, 80, 234. 269 Boyd, Chris1ie 57

Baddarn leaves crude renllllder Tbe Pel'ilan Gulf War coukl have been called thewarapiasttbeeartb beaaaseoftbe tt caused to the �m. '1be Gulf Warwacnw,buttbedamaaetbadCK.\liiital bad npalnd. In Wse apinstrtbe allies during the war Iraq raoned to barning tbe Ku1'81t oD Gelds ancl 111ver 700 wells, tub ad .... erles, one ofwhfclb NIUltea In the large.staplU ever. It was NC!Ol'ded as being 50-miles Iona, 10-.mlles wide and contamecl 294 mlllloD,pl­ loas of oil, making It 26 dme8 larger drm tbe Euon Valda aplL ":l'IMly sboald not have depleted oar re­ sourees J• to blU'n them," Kyle Walllnga sakh "Our fossil .fuels were extinct Md fem him to burn them was a bfa waste." Tbe•(illldestro�·a 'fllltamoaniof.seallfe. Birds also felt the effect the apW. Tbelr pl111111111 became �ted with oO, interferlna with dleb, boay temperature replatlon. The l1Jnlted States and allied fones crom­ bbaed eO'or1s aDil deaed up tbe mess as efDdmtlyasposslble, but not.before theal!tb bad been .....- anc1 numerous creatures suffered.

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Plood l'IMl&88 Islands .November provel to bea sorrowful month for people of the c:eatrill Pblllppines when tropklal storm Thelma left at least 2,400 people .... due to ...Ve 8asb floodbag 811[11 mud lllc1es. At least!T00,000 people wereaffeded bytbe atonm,IUld.8J'OWNl 50,000 were left homelea by tllle disaster. Otben were founil burled In mud llldes. Olldah baaed �de-Corlltbadoa wileh left wide open spaces causing four bounof Otbe11d1....,wjustasttap:.Lanc1 wu �yecl • top80llsblfted,:Hvestodtw.lost ud many� paaelllom were lostln1tbe nlbble. "I never really thQuabtaboat the fact that floods coulc1 Clllle so much dama&e andl I beard about &OIDethlna as as that," Brian Batlmla aid. Al people ralb:ed tbac sadl trqecUes could really happen, famllfes In the .Phllllppines wen pJdrfna :op the pleas tbelr llvel IUld trpaa to lllO'Ye.on.

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Carpcnlcr, Sarah I 8 l Carrkk. Don 1 8, 224, 265 Carroll. Adam 163, 270 Camill. Angie 226, 250 Carroll, Drew 28 Caner. Chris 35 Caner. Sharon 289 f,9 Casey. Tracy 270 1 2. 269 Cnssi1y. Shawn 219, 270 Casson, Traci 205, :2'.!0. 228, 270 Caslanada, Shellcc 270 Caster. David 247 ?42 Castilla, Jorge 160, 163 Castle. Travis 206, 220, 230, 259 Castro, Lorena 201 , 270 Cathcan. Mike 254 Cave, Jenny 270 Cecil, Kari 228, 24e., 270 Celaya, Kathy 2 1 5 Cermak, Tomas 1 42 Cerven, Darin 253 Chadwick. Aimee 208, 209, 248, 249, 270 Chambcrlai n, Candi!Ce 270 Chambers, Scan 210 Champion, Ann 234, 241, 270 � 24 1 . 269 Chan, Bridget l 22 Chan, Yip-Tak 2 1 1 Chanda, Clary l 1 8 Chandler, Jennifer 210, 21 l , 234, 270 9 Chancy, Gary 270 )5 Chang. Danny 92 42. 1 43 Chang, Ya-Ping 2 1 1 Chaphn. Tom 242, 270 Chapman. Debra 205, 220, 259 Chapman. Donna 259 Chapman. Jeffrey 228, 24 1. 259 Chapman, John 198, 228, 270 Charley. Roger 2 1 1 Chanicr, Rebecca 224, 270 Chase, Andrea 250 Cheerleaders 25, 208 Chen, Chang-Wei 2 1 1 Chen, Li-Hsin 2 1 1 Cheng. Chee-Tong 2 15, 259 Cheong. William 251l Chi Phi Chi 24, 8,, 208 Childc. Kerry 2 1 5 Childress. CeAnn 198, 230, 231, 248, 259 Chi ncse Golden Acrobats 92. 93 Chinese S1udcn1s Association 21 1 Ching, Alex 2 16, 289 • 259 Chop, Bob 201 Chordbusters 98, 99 Christ. Marchelle 270 Christensen, Michelle 254, 270 Christensen, Stan 270 Chrislcnscn, Tamera 270 Christensen, Terri 249 43 Christenson, Scott 55 203, 242 mmcrs 6 1 , ..Christian Campus House 21 1 �ristian. Eric 34, 35, 2 15, 2 1 6, 236, 259 ,, 190. '.!08, Christiansen, Lori 1 98, 259 Chop. Bob 20 l \ Chu. Anthea 2 1 l !69 Chu II ino, Jeff 270 Chung. Poon Bin 93 Chung-Haur. Lo 258 Cude K International 24, 2 10, 2 1 1 Clapper, Marianne 250 Clark, Doug 2 1 6, 270 • 1 89, 205, Clark, H.iylcy 247 Clark, Kevin 250 Clark. Lisa 259 Clark. Mana 1 89. 2 16, 259 Ch1rk, Robyn 239 Clark, Russell 1 19 !69 4, 128, 1 29, Clark, Steve 63, 1 72. 248 Clark, Troy 98, 99, 2 1 9 Clark, Trudy 259 Clark, Jennifer 95 II Clary. Chanda 239 Claude, Scoll 52 Claussen, Jay 215. 2 1 6 !O, 270

J:iy , Denise 270 Clay1nn, Sco11 270 (lcmens, Roy 270 Cle ment, Lori 102, 201 , 220 tl cments, Nikki 208, 234. 248, 259 cJcvengcr. Cory 54, 247 rhnc. Charlene l 64, 1 74, 1 75 •continued thnc. Jenni l'er 242 rest, became huge concerns for frightened fami lies fhiigman, Lori 270 throughout the Republics. {hiUon, B UI 297 {h:cs. Shelley 270 However, nol all Soviets had such severe skepticism (lc , Jfchcr, Russell 270 about the new policies. [llW, Ed 248 {'oales, Travis 254 "This was long overdue," a resident ofZagorsk, a cily roJina, William 226, 270 of90,000just outside of Leshkovo, said to Time maga­ {'o ffell, Becky 254 zine. "Maybe now we can become a normal country." {'offman. Conney 234, 236. 247 fogdill. David 307 In the United States, Americans viewed the proceedCosdill. Dec 1 98, 228, 2�9. 2-12, ings in a variety of ways. 270 Hall 38 �oh.Jen As a former Gorbachev ad­ tole, Catherine 270 "'.olc, Gregory 270 viser speaks to the crowds. de­ ".ok, Rachel 208 nouncing the coup, Soviets ".olc, Sheila 220, 270 raised their hands to show their �okman. Clms 301 ;o\c an. Percy 1 70. 1 7 1 , 1 72, 17 3, suppon. Photo by A.1·.mdatet! 9� Pre.1·1· ;olcman. Vic 1 95 ;olgan. Shawn 247 Honlcs of SovieL'i mill around the ;ollantcs. Jenni for 270 Red Square during the military ;ollcn. Timo1hy 270 ,ollins, Amy 270 coup hour.,. St. Ba.�il' s Cathcdrnl ;ollins, BrJdlcy 259 near YelL�in's headquarters could ;oil ins, Herman 289 be seen in the background. Photo ;n llins, Lynne 220 ·11 !ins, Ramona 289 by A.tsoc:iutet! Pres.s ·011. Dave 1 54 ;n1ton, Sharon 224. 228. 236, 270 ·nmandclla, Christi 307 ·omhs. Gene 1 59 st 'omhs. fason 253 'omhs. Lori 86 ;omhs. Mi ke 270 ;o npuicr Mgmt. Society 2 1 1 jorns1ock, Deanna 270 ;orns1ock, Terry 1 65, 270 ·on.ird, Juci 259 ·onaway, Kenneth l 7 3 ·ondil, Loma 1 22 'cmncr, Shawna 259 'onnollcy. Killeen 239, 270 'onovcr. Glenda 220, 259 'onway. Mkhclle 259 'or way. Tiana 2!Xl. 20 1 239. 242, 243, 259 Crawford, Anita 270 ·,M k. Brenda 248 Cunningham, Amy 259 Crawford, Brian 270 ·O( k, Brian 244 CunninghJm, Jenny 248 Crawford, Corey 253, 259 .°' k, Chad 24, 248 Crawford. Elisabclh 22, 20 1 , 220, Cunis� Juhe 270 oc Icy, Christopher 24 2. 259 CuslarJ, Jacqueline 201 , 20!!, 220, ·c w ley, Dawn 270 236. 270 239, 259 ·oc per. Rusty 270 Crissler, Katrina 270 Custer. Nate I 89 'nrbin, Keith 2 1 4, 2 1 5, 226. 270 Crist, Leroy 2 1 9, 289 ·1,rlcy. Roger 2-10 Cristina. Melissa 205 'ur1a1ar, Augusto 289 Crocco. Jennifer 270 :.,,rum, Amy 270 Crocker, Rhonda 270 Cromley. Mark 22, 54, 208 i-iu1ngham, Elilahcth 270 Dahlgaard, Ryan 253 �1ucll, Roben 270 Crook, Brian 270 Dahlor. Car.i 2 1 6, 2 1 7 Cross Country l 74 :Wn1ry KllLhcn 56, 246 Dahlquist, Fay 2 1 1 , 242, 270 :Wrsen, Amy 20 I , 2 1 5, 24 1 , 259 Cross. Diana 270 Dahmer, Jeffrey 303 ;'ltllter, Ray 289 Croston. Laura 242, 270 Daikcr. Tncia 259 Crouse. Lisa :?08, 270 �Mcau, Jacques-Yves 1 02 i11Mcau, Jc.in-Michel 72. 73, 102 Crowder, Jeni 2 1 1 , 228 Dailey. Doug 253 DJke. Julie 37 'titmcr. Adam 250 Crowley. Amy 270 DJlbey, Danielle 220, 239, 270 Croiicr, L:iurce 205, 250 ;,, di, Bob 254 Dalbey. Trish 1 98, 2 1 2 �an, Bradshaw 1 9 1 , 270 Cruchclow, Tmy 247 DJniels, Scon 270 .ox. Brian I n l 98, 2 1 5, 230 Cruise, Dennis 1 98, 230 'ox. Jumic 270 Djniels, Timothy 1 34. 205. 228 Crutcher, Sara 270 Darvcaux. Andrea 24 H .ox. Karen 1 98. 203 Cuc, Heidt 2 1 5, 242, 270 Darveaux, M ichcllc 248 4X, Kurtis I 82 Culbcnson. Christa 270 -0x, M ichacl 259 Culbcnson. Rohen 65. I 08, 1 1 1 . Daup, Barbara 270 Davcnpon. Chris 35 -0x Sandra 289 1 1 4, 1 29 David, Allen 270 -llyne, Catherine 2 1 1 , 259 Cuhurc or Quality IIKI David, Derrick 247 -Ol1ahr, Douglas 254 Cummings. Caner 253, 282 Davis, Amy 250 Cummings, Craig 166, 1 67 .Ill"!, Carey 159 Da\ i�. Brian l 59 tah, Mi1zi 1 6 1 Cummings, Diane 1 64, 1 65, 270 Davi,. Chclli 239, 259 rain, Jennifer 102. :no Cummings, Erin 226. 233, 248 Cummins. Kendra 2m. 220, 236, Davis. Chris 44 IU111er, Ellen 270

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"I thought the changes look place largely because of economic reasons," Kevin Hobbs said. "It wasn't a situation where people were unhappy with what was going on, but rather because economically it just wasn't a sound system." For some it meant investment opportunities, but for the government it meant deciding whether or not the Republics needed mil lions of dollars in aid to survive the winter. Faced with upcomi ng elections. no lawmak· ers were quick to react. As the Winter Olympics began, the problems the Com· monweahh faced shone through as they debated on whether to have separate teams. Five republics finally decided to join together to form the Unified Team of the National Olympic Commi uees of Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. With the confusion in national identity, the members of the team decided that if they won a gold medal, Beethoven' s Ode to Joy would be played instead of the Soviet National Anthem, and their flag would be the fi ve-ringed Olympic flag. In the spirit of free enterprise, some of the United Team players sold their old training suit._ which bore the old Soviet CCCP on them. The members sold �S , IN� them for around $ 1 50, more than twice the �� average annual i ncome al home. WHO � The people of the Commonwealth collec- 9 o lively decided lo dissol ve the Soviet Union THOUGHT I and end decades of stagnation. Because com- '*'-1../N s tt-'\� t i, munism failed to work the wonders Karl Marx promised decades ago, they still had a long way lo go before they could call themselves free. But, with time and patience, it seemed change would continue. Q Tom Chaplin and Lisa Renze

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Davis. Dawn 259 Davis. Doug 2 1 5. 2 1 6 Davis, James 206, 270 Davis, Mil..c 307 Davis, Nate I 65, 253 Davis, Susan 228, 239, 259 Davis. Tim 62, 20 I . 208. 230. 271l Davison. Roh 270 Davolt. Eric 1 75. 270 Dawson. Amy 27 1 Day, Angela 2 1 5. 250 Dayhuff, Kellie 239 De Anda, Eduardo 1 62, 1 63 Deahl. Chad I 82, 18 3 Dean. Brian l 6S, 27 I Dean. Jason 253 Deardorff, Bret 1 54, 1 55, 1 59 DcArvil, Ann 239 DcatherJgc. Jill 27 1 Deaton, Todd 254 DcBlauw, Jenny 2l4, 27 l DeBlauw, Lori 220, 239, 259 DcBuse, Todd 253 Decker, Grctlhcn 2 1 6, 248, 27 1 Dees, Melanie 259 Defoor, Stephanie 1 92. 228. 27 1 Degasc, Carla 27 1 Deiters, Richard 2 1 2, 27 l DcJong, Tammy 27 1 Dcke, Tammy 27 1 DclJney, Mike 1 58, 1 59 Dclt.i Chi 1 3. 20. 2 1 , 22. 24, 25, 53,

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54 , 1 86, 1 89, 248, 249 Della Sigma Phi 54. 248. 249 Della Tau Alpha 2 1 2 Delta Zeta 2 1 , 23. 24. 25. 248. 249 DcMoss. Darla 220, 271 DcMou. Diana, 289 Dennehy, Kristy 87, 206. 224 Dennis, Chad 247 Denson, Rebecca 239 Dcn1linger. Connie 220, 27 1 Denton. Rebecca 27 1 Derscheid, Kim 271 Desmond, Joe 253 Detmer, Rkhard 7 1 , 1 34. 1 35, 1 50. 205 Denro, S1acy 247, 27 1 DeV.iuh, Penny 289 Devlin, Brian 260 DeVorc, Jennifer 247. 271 DcVries, Russell 254 Dew. Lavenia 271 De Young, Becky 254 DcYoung, Ron I 1 8 Dickerson, Jill 248, 27 l Dickey, Kir..ten 242, 272 Dickey, Sherry 239 Dickman, Tracy 248 Dicroff. Chris 19 Dicnstbier. Kevin 272 Dieterich Hall Council 212 Dillinger, Ramona 24 DiMartinao. Dave 254

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Dunivan, Jerry 272 Dunlap. Pam 250 Dum,Julie 250, 272 Dunx:hcr. Leu 307 Du�•. Martin 2.'.!6,27, Duvall, D-�ncue 272 Dwyer, Bren 272 Dyer, Allen 178 Dyke�. Mallie 5 l

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Ea�lcton . Dave I 72, 260 Early, Mikel 2�4 Ea,tcrla. David 216, 289 Ea,1ridgc, Blaine :us. 216 Ea�um, Anita 272 Eahm, Chris 260 Ehcr.ule,Guy 289 Ebke, Susan 208,219,234• 27�� Eckert, Jenni 205, 254 Eckhoff. Gayla 15{;, 157. 193 Edmonds, Dan 289 Edson. Jeff 20 l ,21s. 216,236,160 Edwards, Allhon 216,242,212 Edward�. Deena 248,306 Edward'>. James 272 Edward,, Rid: 219 Edwards,Tyler 2411 Eci, Nick Leong Chee 211. 279 Egeland. Vicki 2 72 Ehlers. Don 242 Ehlers. Marjean 242 Ekhner, Steve 272 Ektennani�. Tina :205 Elam. Ja�on 219,218,272 Elick. Man 165 Elliem. Bud 170, 1"1'2,178 Ellion.Shannn 62. 247 Ellis. Michelle 27! Ellis, Ryan 172 Elmore, Kevin I 02. '1()3,-206,:mt 213 Elmure,Tyrone 172 Emmons, Dawn 53, 226.-236,:!.54 Encore Music and Dance 100. IOI Endsley,Jenny 250 Eness, Danny 96,203 Engel, Jay 244. 245 Engel, William 273 English.Jennifer 215 Envinmmcntal Services 4 Epling, Rnben 244 Eppcr..un, Dennis 273 Epperson, Sara 2 3 3,27-� Erickson, Leah I 60,161 Erickson, Mark 196,248 Eshbach, Bobby 244 Esser, Dawn 220 Essing. Blake 27 3 1Esslinger,Jennifer 250, 260 �ubanks, Ray 260 l:ulcr,Todd 159, I 93,273 Eustice, Rheba 157, 174, F75, 222 Eustice, Rhonda 156,157,2 22 \ Evans, Dun�an 254 Evans. Kevan 273 Everhart, Emily 220,273 Eversole. Jeff 216,253 Ern:11,Jason 273 Ezzell, Richart! 273

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Faber, Carrie 175 Faj!a, Jamie 273 Faheem. Mohammad 219,258 Fair. Jenni rer 2 24. 273 Fairfield, Brad 220,273,284 Fairlield, Lisa 220, 250 Falcone, Paul 96 Fall Frccle 128,129 Family Day 5, 16,17 Fannon, Debbie 206

lfllan, Loyce 126,1 27,260 p:ns, Molly 215, 216,260 Jlli S. Tami 198,260 r,1 �n.tu, Julie 250,2 73 fa*erstone, Mike 248 fllowship of Christian Athletes Zf2 Wow�hip of the Tower 212, 213 �Ill'"· Richart! 72 \n,ter, Bobbie 220,239, 260 trguson,Chad 253 rrguson, Delores 27 3 rrguson,Jeff 144 �rguson,Michelle 224 'rrnandes, Mike 242, 248.260 1mamlo, Gortlon 219,273 ero, George 289 �rrcm,Falka 220 'rrris,Chad 273 'rrris,John 215, 248, 249 'rrris,Tony 46,226, 248 lck. Jennifer 273 1elds,Michelle 260 1larski, Kristipher 242 1lgcr, Brad 250, 260 tli]lpi,Annene 76. 203. 239, 242. 266 )nancial Mgmt. Association 215 1ndlay,Roe 273 inccan, Robb 164, 165 lnk. Stacy 250 'fnney, Michael 224,273 irchou-;c 59, 61. 63 isi:her,Sheri 250 isher. Angie 233,239, 273 ishcr. Anita 26, 239 i�her. Randy 247 isher, Sarah 260 isher,Tom 250 illh,Jen 234 ti,gerald, Donny 220 ,1,gcrald, Shelly 220 1t1pa1rick,Keith 201. 2 73 laG Corp 215 laheny. Kristi 220,222,27 3 larg, Lori 250 lammang, Mark 260 lanagan, Richard 222 lcmmi ng,Jason 254 lc1eher, Todd 260 -lmt. Lori 215,234,273 ynn,David 220. 241,250 �ynn, Kevin 172 bhcs,Timothy 222. 260 �-Ii:, Goh Su 219 i>l�nd, Todd 69 i>lger, Jason 208 'ong, Jessica 211 iK,s, Rusty 165,250 111,1ball 170. 171, 172,173 i>ral, Andrea 248 li"Kd. Ann 254 tord,Connie 260 ,ird,Dawn 2 73 ilrd, Ernest 307 lewd,Kelly 273 'crd, Michael 17 2 fnrd, Tracey 255 Fordyce,Todd 254 Fore: Tonni 215 Foreigner,The 59, 74,75,131 For manek, Jon 155, 172 Forney, Paul 215. 216 Fnrrc1, Melissa 220,242 fiinh,Jennifer 273 Fortner, Kim 86,147,273 Fonner, Megan 273 Fonncy,Laurel 273 FoMcr,Ann 220,234,239,247,260 FoMer,Carrie 169 Foster, Lisa 273 FoMer, Meredith 205,212,274 fiister, Michael 273 Foulds, Joell 260 Fowler,Stacie 239 Fox,Melissa 21 I,273 Fox�. Redd 307

Francis, Alan 189 Francis, Heather 215 Francoh, Jason 271 Franken Hall Council 214,215 Frankenberger,Kevin 21,22,254, 255,273 Franklin. Doug 252,253 Frank�. Mary 205,250,273 Frasher, Mendi 28,220 Fraze. John 41 Fredericks,Brenda 19!!,261) Freeman, Angela 273 Freeman. Buddy 139 Freeman. Michael 205, 208, 242 Freemyer, Doug 2 I 5 Freestone, Rohcrt 273 French,Jonica 273 Frerking. Andy 170. l 72,173,216, 222 Frey, Stephanie 216,242,260 Friedman,John 18, 253 Frieling, Derck 27 J Frischmeyer, Brian 201 Fritz,CarJ 160 Frocschl, Adam 2 48,273 Frohwirth,Todd 195 Fmschciscr,Julie 254 rrucht. Richard 35, 142,143,201, 212 Frump. Jacqueline 220,26<! Fry,Sue 139 Fuhnnan,Taunia 247 Fulk,Nancy 198,220,230,2 73 Fullington, Michelle 233. 26<} Fulton, Richard 118 Furlong, Many 215,273

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Gaa,Jeannine I 5 I Gaa. Kirk 253 Gaa,Tina 205,216,250 Gaby, Dana 2IO,228 Gaeni,Gary 195 Gaffney. Mike 172,248 Galardi. Mara 16,236, 241 Galati,Tony 254 Galloway,TrJvis 254. 273 Gamma Theta Upsilon 215 Gammon,Chad 203 Gandara,Tracy 201, 273 Garcia, Angela 20 I Garcia, Marcos 211,234.273 Garden. Spencer 248, 273 Gardner, Doug 248 Garity. Mary 273 Garland, William 273 Garrett, Tiffany 273 Garrison, Annelle 206,230 Garton, Kim 61, I02, 103, 206 Garza,Christina 273 Gates,Daryl 305 Gates,Marsha 273 Gates,Rhonda 96, 123 , 216 Gathercole, Jeni 208, 224, 273 Gaunt. Thomas 28,29 Gay,Trevin 226,242 Gazio. Alex 219,236,242,273 Geddes, Ladonna 41,289 Gegg,Chris 98, 2 24,273 Gehnnan, Heidi 273 Geisel,Theodore Seuss 307 Gentry, Bobbie 208 Geology/Geography Club 2 I6 Gerdes, Charles 2 73 Gerhardt, Julia 260 Gerike,David 273 Gerken,Leigh 250,2 73 Gerling. Mark 22,25,54,254,2 55, 276 Gcnner, William 250 Giacomarra, Dominick 62,273 Gibbons, Brenda 144 Gibbs,Michelle 100. 220,273 Gibson,Jill 216,230 Gibson,Melissa 273

Gibson, Monica 273 Gibson, f>a1 254 Gicnnann, Karla 27) Gieseke. Dave I02 Giesken,Chris 273 Gilbert,Spencer 172, 20I. 212 Gilchrist, Melissa 24!!,273 GillillJn, Kris 22 4. 236 Gillahan, Jeff 224, 22 !!,233 Gillelam, Julie 241 Gillispie, Terry !!4 Gilpin, Sandra 260 Galson. Mau 215,228,242,260 Giranl, LaurJ 273 G111ms, Malissa 273 Glaspie, Mimi 261 Glass,Tony 182 Glesinger, Greg 248 Glick. Philhp 273 Godard, Robert 172 Godbold, Dave 242 Godlirnon,Jo<ieph 226, 273 Gudrrey,fames 172 God�pcll 59, 76, 77 Goedicke, Dennis 254 Goensch, Susan 236 Gofonh, Man 244 Gofonh,Todd 46 Goggin. Dan 94 Gold. Carla 205,261 Golden Corral 235 Goodin,Cindy 208 Gooding,Michael 254,261 Goodman,John 215, 216 Goodman,Tntia 273 Gorbachev. Mikhail 290 Gordon, Kyle 24 Gordy, Michael 273 Gose, Warren 15 Goss, Michael 206,20 7.261 Goughnour,Dave 215, 216,236,261 Gouldsmilh, Angie 92, 215. 222, 273 Gouldsmilh, Ed 235 Gouldsmilh, Steve 206, 211. 241, 261 Graber, Mark 253 Graduation 56,57 Gragg, Lisa 261 Graham, Karn 261 Graham, Lori 21 l, 273 Graham, Reggie 247" Grammer, Troy 172, 178 Grams,Jeff 27 3 Grandanelle,Frances 27 3 Granfors, John 242,273 Grant,Jennifer 250,2 73 Gratia�,Jenny 226, 254, 273 Grav.all, Melinda 220,239,261 Gray,Amy 273 Gray,Chris 212 Gray,Colleena 220 GrJy, Erin 242, 273 Gray,Josh 172 Greathouse, Laura 92 Greek Weck 52,53 ,54, 55 Greeley, Rebecca 289 Green, Carrie 274,294 Green,Clarence 172 Green. Eric 165 Green,Roxie 202. 274 Green. Tim 218,219,274 Greenfield,Leilani 198,226. 254 Greer,Stephanie 15,234, 247,261 Grefs, Andrew 253 Gregg, Amy 222 Gregg, Marci 27,216,274 Gregory. Jennifer 250 Grenier,Shena 98,220, 228 Gress, Kevin 228 Greunke,Jeff 128, l 29,26 l Grieme,Jodi 261 Griesinge, Seo\\ 219 Griffin, Donnell I 72. 212 Griflith,Jc;.well 2 74 Griflith, Margarel 20 I. 228, 233, 239,242,261

Safety ,of breast Implants evaluated 1l'be Issue of breast implanflr became one of controversy followlna research lndJcating po­ tential dangen with leaking .slllcon. Iii November, a Food and Drag Admbaft. � pnel sak1 com,-nles slia:u)d be n,, quired to� a.pe�t Ust of-all Implant p_atfents,and their pllyllcal condition. i'Uruy Nlnc!ebelser thought the stGdfes were a good Idea. "I thoupt Ont they should study tlie people that bed breast �ts;" she suJ. '11bat way they aald see what the implants ·had done to women's bodlessinc:etbeystarted �them." ('be panel � three ldiedules tor futare studies. DariD& tllMe· tlnies aenabl data would be resea� !IDch as the bn· ._...., ability to witbstaDd-an bQpict; ind whether.or not the 111bstance.m tbe·implants caused cancer alid odler- dl&eas• Stttdles releaaed iluflng .lepl P-fOCeeibnp ...,_ Dow Gomlng Wrlaht, the inaifi sqp­ pller. of the biijilan.Js, iibowed the company ciould have known aJboat safeg problema for ,-rs. and the FDA iwitiictea the use of im­ plants for reconstrocdve smaeey only.

MTV celetiiates 10 years on the 1ilr For many, a television network never bad IDOft bnpact OD .ac:iety than the qb1e nmt Music Tele.visloii. The exclusive musk-. iiel i'eMbea the iJeeade mark-in A...._ Due to P90r album sales lit the '805, the recorilliij kN1mtq �Y stalem!"4t bat qllfddy fciaDd new llfa with the in� ofMTV's flashy vkleol. MTV rtedaed l!M mlllon homes worldl. wli1e wltli � ra:ck, metal, rap. and Top 40muslcvlcteoL "Hiked the mdldc: because they bad a wile variety," Leah Schnare "1lhey also w cool p�Ua 'TotallyPauly.' ItwasJust something I CGQ!d Ultea to or watch when I was getting ready for dlSleS In the morning." Over the years, .MT.l'V pl'O'Yed ltielf even more diverse with new programs such as MTV's BalfHourGomecly Hour,ClubMTV, ltemote Control, O§y in lt� Unptaaed 1IDd !Jlouee or Style. MTV ballt an aadleilce 8Cll'08S America. wl al1er 10 yeai's bad not lost the ewc1nc touch.

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INDEX

295


Hirpcr, Pete 275 ;Jon, Ka 1hy 242,275 Harps1cr, Kelli 275 �inl>()lham, Cynlhia 220,261 Harrell, Jamxl 182. 244 �ii;in''JOl ham, Mary Lynn 226, Harrcl,on, Lori 82, 2-12 ·250 Harringlon, Jason l\3 �in\1(1,l ham,Scon 26 Harris. Roscu:i 275. 292 ;hfill, Robin 226,300 Harris. Tom 1 79,1112 ihlnml. Gonion 275 Harri�on. Kenny 27S ,. Tina 254, 275 Harri�on, Riki 226 brand,Christopher 244 Hamson, Susan 226, 275 I, Angie 205, 215 Hanley. Rachelle 275 I, Anila 42, I 08,299 Hanman. Julie 275 1, Jeremy 275 Hanman. Robin 242. 26 1 I, K unbcrly 275 Hantlcr, Stanley 289 I, Kristin 219,224,241,275 1ericans Harvey. DcAnn 22!l, 254 1, Rochell 165, 175 ; recent Harvey. Sarah 275 I, Sherry 26 I Harvey. S1ephcn 261 1, Stephanie 2 I 5 Ha"all. Crnig 261 1,s1,vc 247 where," , Timothy 275 Hascal1, Dawn 224. 236,275 rd to get Hascall Erin 261 cbrand,Julie '175 Ha1chcr. Hayley 20:l be� k,Kip 8,40,254. 261 Hatfield-Deering. Pau1 261 n. Krislin 189 :ter, but c, Charles 275 H:ulcy, Brooke 254 Hauber, Man 172 • s, Ralph 172 Hauschel, Amy 275 s, l'eg 236 . "There Havard, Duane 88 Uc. Geoff 213,275 t wasn't Hawke,, Kucic 2411 ok., Tomoka 275 Ha..., kins, Charles 1 19 h 'Pan, Kimberly 261 la job." Hawkins. Kulcen 19!1 ,Po-Wen 211 cession, Hawley, Kris1i 254 g. C'armen :220 g unem· Hayden, Dana 228. 215 bs. Kevin 233 Hayes. Brian 261 chddt, Angela 248,275 was left Haynes, Patricia 21!!1 �ffn�r. George 219 ems and Hay1le11. Stacey 215 limn:.n, Lisa 198,275 Head,Julie 228, 21S ;fer, Dus1in 250 Hcanland View 216, 217 \fJman, Marsha 201, 224, 239, ta Reser Heck,Todd 208, 221. 234 261 Hedman, Donna I 9� ,Lce-Ccn 220 7 Hedrick, S1cphanic 25 lcomb, Latrice 20 I Heds1rom, Hcalh :?�4 lcomb, Melissa 211,233, 275 Hefner. Melissa 275 cowbc,John 175,241 Heil, Chris 126,127,248,261 �coinbc,Rohen 206, 275 Heiman, Karen 275 .Dan 23J Heimann, Belh 254 ried,Angela 234,241 � ried,Renee 234 Hcinsius, Brian 261 , Aaron 244, 275 Hejl.Joe 172 Heldenbrnnd. Lois 206 ;ldimJn,Jennifer J 64, I 65, I 78, Heldenbrand, Shawna 228. 230,215 239, 275 3nJ, Lisa I 03,275 Heller, Milissa 224, 236,275 er, Todd 254 1ingcr,Jennifer 136 Hellerkh, Koren I 98, 261 Hcllmer, Susan 275 ing,wonh, Jana 275 O\\ ay,Richard 275 Hellyer. Lori 275 loway. Steven 275 Helm, Sia�y 275 c� Leo 248 Hemminger, Sarah 181 � Juhe 275 Hendershot,Tyler 275 1an stood Henderson, Deborah 26 1 n. Beth 224, 275 food and Hendren. Joyce 275 cnming 7. 20,21,22. 23. 24. 25 Hendren. Nancy 76,2 30,261 kert, Connie 289 Heng,Jenni rcr 275 Henggeler, Brian 261 n, I r:lnk 248,275 Henggeler,Sonja 238,239,261 z, C-rnig 275 75 ,Angie 57 Henkel. Rick 22 2 .I ng, Yan Chan 270 . Henle,Jason 275 5 , Hennig. Angela 220. 275 r, Les 98 157 �\·er. Dawn 275 Henning. Wes 172, 212 1·cr. Jeff 253 Henry. Kirk 212,25J 175 ,Nikki 248 Henry.Mary 1!11,275 f, Denise 228 Henry,Robcn 1()8, 110, M9 (14,250,261 \ kins, Angie 254,275 Hensley, Renee 219 ,234 275 r. Faron 275 Henson, Ca1hcrine 242 255 r. John 289 Henson,Staci 275 l,234,2.W, 261 r, Nicole 275 Henze,Chris 172. 2 I 2 , Bridge! 233, 276 Hepburn,Jennifer 1 68, 2_75 9 Jaysen 172 Hering.Julie 201,220, 275, 23 211,261 ,berg,Lynn 254, 276 Hemande7., Lissa 254 250 er, Channing 20 I Herrera, Jodi :l:30,236,254 .01. 205 r, Louise 201 Herrick,Dec 275 r,Shaun 206,276 Herron, Kymm 275 :icuhure Club 216 Hcnz, Karl 234,275 Hcnwg, Joe 226. 244 ,261 ,on. Scou 276 (75 �Ord, Snra 181, 224, 242,254, Herzberg, Steven 228 5 Heuer,Amy 275 l76 Hcwlelt, Kirk 253 �y. Marvin 203,289 1 6 9, 2 23 -«in,. Sonya 276 Hibbs. Jennifer 220. 75 ,Jim 124 Hibbs,Jona1hon 26 1 >6, 197 k llerna 206,261 Hicks, Lanny 275

I

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Houghton, Juli 239, 261 Houlellc, Kevin 26,198.205,215, 276 Houlellc,Tim 198,205,276 House,Paul 189 Houseworth,Hcalhcr 236,248,276 Houston,Amy 189,226 Houston, Sieve 203 Hou1chcns, Bob 188, 189,230 Hou1chens, Robcn 276 Howard, Bev 205 Howard, Mike 172,212 Howard, Monica 234,276 Howard, Shawn 196,276 Howard,Stephanie 44,276 Howa1,Robert 175 Howe, Kelley 261 Howell,Tiffany 276 Howery, Barbara 206,276 Hoxeng,Melissa 276 HPERD 136,216 Hrdy,Teddi 126, 127. 208,261 Hubbard, Dean 4,5,38,57. 88,92, J<Xl, H�.105,106,J07. 1 IO. 112, 1 14, I 15,118,119,142, 1 43 Hudlcmeyer, Chris1y 18 I Huddleson,Traci 277 Hudson Hall Council 219 Hudson. Jeff 208,261 Hueben, Darcy 198, 215 Huffman,James 228,242 Huffman, Ka1hleen 277 Huffman,Shirley 215,261 Hughes,Amy 233. 238,239,261 Hughes, J ercmy 277 Hughes,Michael 208 Hughs,Lesa 261 Huhn, Allen 198 Hull,Gayle 289 Hull,Joni 228,230,239,277 Hullinger,Jennifer 250 Hulsing, Cory 226 Human Enviromenlal Services 112, 126, 127 Hume, Alas1air IOI Hummer, Kristin 226,261 Humphreys, Bill 198 Humphreys, Nancy 277 Hundley. Sarah 254 Hunt, Chad 244 Hunt,Jill 222 Hunt, Paula 198, 239 Hunt, Tracy 261 Hunt,Wendy 208,209,233 Hunter, Theresa 261 Hupka, Jenni fer 246, 247,277 Huppcn,. Nancy 277 Hurley. Belh 215,277 Hurley,Jenn 261 Hurley. Steven 250 Hurley,Todd 261 Hurley,Trent 254. 277 Hursl,James 307 Hurt,Jill 168,169,261 Huskey, Carla 208 Huston,Amy 201,250 Hutchens, S1acey 248,277 Hut�hin. Hayley 277 Hutzell, Greg 248

lrlbcck. Jenny 277 Jrlbcck,Julie 277 Irons, Terri 277 Irvinc. Chance 228 Irvine,Jamie 277 Irvine, Stephanie 261 Irwin, Lydia 233 Isbell,Jennie 205,250, 25 I Isbell, Teresa 250, 277 Jscrbagen, Joel 226,277 lvanko. Dionne 277

J

Jackson, Al 182 Jackson,Chad 253 Jackson,Dan 247 Jack�on,Deanna 6,7,250 Jackson, Erm 244 Jackson,George 277 Jackson, Glen 289 Jackson,Jeraldine 261 Jackson. Radnda 261 Jackson, Rod 220, 239 Jackson, Wilham 206 Jacobs, Kri�tin 208,228,230,239, 277 Jacobus,Tina 254. 277 Jaeger. Kelly 234,277 Jako,Robcn 247,277 James,Brian 277,299 James,David 96 Janeczko. Amy 254 Junky, Kim 277 Janssen. Barb 24 I Janssen,Dan 301 Jasinski,John 289 Jasumback,John 1 47 Jaworski,Julie 247 Jazz Ambassadors IOO Jan Ensemble 98,2 I 9 Jean-Frnncoi�. Danielle 271 Jean-Francois, Mirriclle 42. 271 Jeffrie�,Jody 159,222 Jenkins. Bmd 236,242,277 Jenkins, Chris1opher 261 Jenkins, Melinda 248,26 I Jenkins,Mike 182 Jenkin�.Thomas 277 Jennings. Andrea 277. Jenning.�. Brett 254 Jenning.�. Larry 56 Jensen, Cynthia 216,220,239,277 Jensen. Diane 26 I Jenson. Debi 247,277 Jenson. Scoll 242, 277 Jermain, Shelly 181,277 Jc�\en,Joe 244 Jeller,Robcn 84 Jewell, Duane 124, 125, 244 Job,Tim 222 Jochims, Chad 13 Johnigan, Michelle 20 I Johnson, Andrea 224,277 Johnson, Chad 248,277 Johnson,Chris 182,183,233, 254 Johnson, Christopher 26 J Johnson.Darin 254,261 Johnson, Darryl 261 Johnson,Deborah 228,234,277 Johnson, Dmah 226,248 Johnson, Earvin I 08,294 Johnson, James 277 I Do, I Do 64,65 Johnson. Jami 242. 277 Iannuzzi,Joe 158, 159 Ibsen, Denise 25, 233, 236, 248, Johnson,Jeff I 83 Johnson, Jennifer 248, 277 261,266 Johnson,Jim 1 58, 159, 206, 224, Ide,Zachary 277 228,261 Ides, Wendi 75,248,277 Johnson.Joe 65, 71 ldeus,Darin 220, 226. 248 Johnson,Joseph 170, 171,172,212 Industrial Technology Club 2 1 9 Johnson.Judy 261 lngebri1son, Nate 277 Johnson, Kari 277 Ingels,Jenny 216,236,248 Johnson,Lance 172 Inlow,Tabetha 261 John\on,Lori 99,220,241 lnlcr- Fraternity Council 55, 245 International S1udentsOrgani1.a1ions Johnson,Lorraine 277 Johnson,Mark I 72. 232. 233 24,218,219

I

Presldentlal primary As the election year was underway the New Hampshireprlmarycametoadose.NopN!Sl­ dentsfnce 1952 bed been elected wttbout Ont wbudng In New .Bampqlre. 'P.nlldent·George Buslt,eame ahead with a 53 pen!ellt win wtiite Bat Bualianan, bis Re­ publican competitlor, came In with a close-37 percent. ll'ormer Massamusetts Sen. Paul Tsonga& led the Democrats with 33p!rcent of the vote andArkansas·Gov.BW CHitton � lshecl bi second place with 27 percent. Ne­ bruka Sen. Bob Kerrey, Iowa Seii. Tom BarJdiJ and former Galifornla Gov. Jerry Brown all1ftnlshed �ely. With the economy in a state of turmoU and the recession on Americans' m� the fCJ!!US of Election '92 was tax cufs aaJd the national deftcft. De9pJte po�tidlmle over the state of the economy, BllSh keJ)t an11;11tber orsupporters. "Ins palling tor Bush-because11 thought he dkl a good thing with the war and thew� be went about thinp," Brian Noerrlinger said. '�I thought be handled lt � well." 0nJy time woulcl tell the outcome of Elec­ tion '92. Each attempeed to pl'O\tlcle a plat­ form tliit wo�sa-, theAmencan.people.

University of Iowa tnassacre

race

A student m a � iockecl the University oflowa camp111 In Iowa Glfy when be went on a kllllna spree after he was not chosen for a de�ntal award. In � November Gq Lu, a cloctoril student in pbysk:s Crom BeUma, China, used a .38 caliber gun to kill three professors, lncluc11Da thedeputment �- M­ 'low ltuc1eat LJnhau S� before� himself. La was upset afteJ, he ata not feC!efve an anrd given to thestud� with tba t,est c)fl­ sertatioa in the Pb.ylies l>epartmeaL Sban, die i'ed�t or the a� wa1 a� investigator. la pbysJa. Lu wrote five letters detallytg what he woaJa do. Four were sent to new,· orpniza­ tions and the other, wntteil in Cblilae, was sent to bis family in Beijing. �eoqlabttbelievuomeonewouldachl@lly kill a-fellow student and profestt0r because of an award," Susan Lorimor llild. '4ft was a mystery to me bow someone could be so:u.pset 1 to do as drastic a1 tiaL"

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5, 212, i. 299

2

7, 215,

262

IS

7 O

77

', 278 ,2

I, 262

Krall, Jim 61, 63 Krauth, Tricia 278 Krier, Terry 278 Kroenke, Jill 254 Krone,Ja�on 170,172,173 Krueger, Diane 289 Kruse, Bonni 250,278 Kruse, Kun 172 Kruse,Tanya 278 Kruse,Tom 172 Kuehl, Brent 247,262 Kuehneman, Paul 198, 201 206 ' ' 228,234,278 Kuhn, Scon 228 Kujalh, Karyn 241 Kummer, Debbie 201,233 Kunkel, Kiki 278 Kurita, Sohci 226 Kurzawski, Kristyn 157 Ku�sman,John 244 KXCV I 13,220,237

L

Laake,Jason 262 Laber, Phil 97 Lack, Craig I 66 Lackey, Tim 165,262 Lacquemenl,Nicole 278 Lllde, Bob 188 Llldwig,Stephanie 278 Lllgenbcrg,Dann 224 Lager,Connie 29,241 Laing, Dennis 247 Laird, Shnun1ac 200 Lllmbcn, Renee 206 L..nmbcnsen, Kenna 228, 242,278 L..nmbldn, Chrisla 212 Lamer,Fred 289 Lllmkin. Ucl 51 Lance,Michelle 39,223 ,278,307 Lllnder,Darci 278 Landherr,Cunis 158,159,206,262 Landis, Kim 220, 239, 248 Lnndsness, Laurie 262 Landon, Michael 307 Lnne, Jani 59,61, 63 Lnngenberg, Dann 262 Langholz. Todd 248 Lanning, Brian 172 Lanning, Curtis 278 Lara, Alisa 262 Larkin, Troy 159,216,222, 262 Larson, Anne 236 Larson,Daylene 208,:218 Larson,Erik 224 Larson, Michelle 247 Lnrson,Snndy 208,278 Larson,Susan 208, 278 Larson,Traci 250 Lllry, Paula 262 L1111cr, Patrick 247,278 uifcham, Kristi 220,247,262 l.llw?ie, Lisa 208 Lllw, Pamela 28, 198,215 Lllwrcnce, Lisa 80 uwrie, Lisa 220 Uwson, Brad 278 Lawton,Jcnnifcr 242 , 279 Lnybon, Mikki Lee 262 Lazar, Amy 205,250 Lench, Monica 254,279 Leahy,Christy 220,239,247,26'2 Lenke, Leslie 27, 220, 239, 279 Leamon,Josh 208, 289 LeClair, Knlhy 208,262 Lee, Carin 208, 230, 231, 279 Lee, Christy 239, 248 Lee, Dorin 253 Lee, Donald 289 Lee, Lisa 234, 250, 262 Lee,Lynnelle 279 Lee, Michelle 220 Lee, Mindy 205, 24 I Lee, Ming Wai 215,262 Lee, Yung-Chin 201

t.ccdom, Kevin 262 [.ecpcr, Kathie 234,250,289 1,ecpcr,Roy 250, 289 1,ec1h,Vincent 262 1,efcbcr. Renee 262 1,efevere, Vickie 216,262 1,ehan, Mark 253 1,ehan. Todd 215 1,emons, Mnrkei1h 165. 1U 1,.cnhart, Jennifer 279 1,cnng,Philip 211 1,cnon,Shcri 228,262 1,cnz, Jeff 172 1c, nz, Tony 248 1,conard,Jeff 262 1,cshcr, Merle 289 Levis, Kellie 248, 279 Lewis, Brian 172 Lewis, Greg 281 1..cwis,Jennifer 222,233, 262 Lewis,Jill 262 Lewis, Keri 242 Llao, Shih1ing 211 Llghl, Amy 228,219 Liles, Rob I 82 Lillard, Mary 279 Um, Murni 262 Umbach, Brenda 215. 279 Limpus,Thea 279 Lin, Lungchi 2 l I Lincoln, Manin 206 Lindaman, Arnold 289 Linder,S1cphcn 226 Lindh,Hilary 301 Lindquisl,Evan 96, 97 Ling. Andrew 222, 262 Ling, Nancy 262 Lininger, Brian 262 Linkey,Shawn 54 Linkey,Tami 250 Linneman, Dani 2 l 5,216, 236. 254 Linquisl.Jackie 215,220,224,262 Linville, Shannon 262 L•pina, Kim 201 L1ppcn, Rachael 242,279 Lone, Bruce 288 L 11lc, Emma 239, 242 L nleton, Lori 156, 157, 222, 262 L lwillcr, Matt 279 L,vingslon, Angela 233 Lwingslon, Teresa 1 86,187,291 Lo,Olivine 211,242 Lo, Wai Yu 262 Lockard, Michelle 239, 262 Locke, Kelly 253, 279 Lockhart,Chrislinc 165, 226,279 Loewe, Aaron 244 Loffredo,Channon 239,248 Lof1, Kris1y 254 Loflon,Granger 19 L,ii-On, Falenaoti 219,279 Lung, Daren 215, 279 Long, Jacquie 279 L mg, Jamie 181 Lang,Jennifer 208, 239, 279 Lnng,Melissa 262 I ,mg. Mona 130, 13 l.. 262 Lnnquist,Jackie 2)6 Lupez,Joseph 279 Lnpcz, Kelly 279 Lt>pp,Joey 247, 279 Loran, Peter 63 Lorhrnn. Clint 248 Lt>rimor, Susan 279,297 Lmh, Tony 262 I ,>ughead,Tanya 239. 262 Lovell,Steve 248 Lovenburg, Wendy 220 Lovin,Kelli 242, 243,279 Lowe, Heidi 254 Lowe, Lesa 279 Lowery,Jeff 187 Lowrance,Jamie 212, 254 Lowrey,Tracy 102,279. I u,Gang 297 LuBow. John 170,172,222 Lucas,Christy 34,279

Word Against Word

I

Public figures brought up on charges

l was not unusual to flip through the lalest issue

of n labloid magazine and find another bit of gossip concerning national celebrities and political officials, but the year proved 10 be one of public concern about trials when Clarence Thomas, William Kennedy Smith and Mike Tyson were brought into the limelight concerning sexual harassment. Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas was forced to deal with an unexpected turn of events before he was inducted as the next Supreme Court Justice. Soon after his nomination was announced, University of Oklahoma law professor Anita Hill came forward wilh accusations of sexual harassment that she said occurred while she worked for him. Hill claimed that Thomas repeatedly asked her for dates and used "lewd" language concerning rape and other obscenities to intimidate her on the job. Hill worked for Thomas at the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights in 1981-1982 and at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission from I 9821983. Although Thomas directly denied the charges, a Senate Judiciary hearing was held in October, and with a 52-48 vote, the charges were dismissed and Thomas was confirmed as a Supreme Court Justice. Heather Klink believed that Thomas was let off somewhat easily. "He got away with more than he should have be­ cause of his political standing," Klink said. "I thought he was more guilty than they said." Shortly after the Thomas sexual harassment hear­ ings, the Kennedy name appeared in the media when William Kennedy Smith was_ charged with rape in Palm Beach, Fla. The accuser, Patricia Bowman, con� cealed her identity until a week after Smith's acquittal. She gave IO hours of emotional testimony, but jurors found many inconsistencies in her testimony. The incident occurred the previous March at the Kennedy's ocean front estate. Smith claimed the evening started when he went to a local bar where

Anita Hill

Clarence Thomas

Bowman picked him up. Allegedly, they later trav­ elled to the Kennedy estate and after conversation and swimming, they had sexual intercourse. Smith testi­ fied that Bowman had acted strangely throughout the majority of the night. He said she repeatedly called him Michael, asked him for identification and after sexual intercourse frantically accused him of raping her. Heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson was also placed into the dimmer side of the spotlight when he was found guilty of one count of rape and two counts of sexual-deviate conduct. The 18-year-old accuser, Desiree Washington, claimed that Tyson asked her out for a date and persuaded her to visit his room at 2 a.m., where he forced her to have sexual intercourse despile her pleas to stop. The incident took place while Washington was competing in the Miss Black America Beauty pageant in July. Tyson was found guilty on all counts in February at the Marion County Circuit Court ��S ! N-9� in Indianapolis. Sentencing, which could � WHO � have been six to 60 years in prison, was scheduled for March 27. THOUGHT! ,... Brian James said he believed Tyson was �b'. �� guilty, but thought that Washington should ",\I'S� have been more careful and cautious about the way she acted. "I don't justify what Tyson did, but I thought Desiree Washington should have been more careful, especially about going to his hotel room at 2 a.m.," James said. "If she claimed she said no then I believe her. I thought Tyson believed he was an idol and that he could get away with anything," Whether these men were found innocent or guilty was a matter of word against word but these trials brought much awareness to both men and women concerning the problems of sexual harassment in America. D Karissa Boney

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WIiiiam Kennedy Smith

Mike Tyson

INDEX

299


McMahon,Coleen 220,280 McMillian,Robin 248 McMulin,Traci 280 McMurphy, Jamie 253 McNicholas, Brian 248 McTaggart, Sally 262 Means,Mike 250 Meck.Jim 28 Mees,Jcnnirer .220, 24 I,250,262 Mcgcrson,Mehssa 280 Meher,Michael 234 Meier,Vicki 46, 262 Meinders, Hcalhcr 280 Meinders, Heidi 247 236, Meinecke, Barbara 66,280 Meiners, Ron 233 Meinhcit, Thaddeus 189, 253 Melrose, Diana 247 .19 Meltz, Carey 35, 244 Mendes,David 58,59, 68 Mendoza,Joe 172 Meng, Stanley 280 Menke,Deina 224,280 Men's Tennis 162, 163 Meredith. Shane 175 Mcseck, Brenda 220 Mescck,Neal 198, 199,201,212, 244,262 Messner, Marcie 280 Messner, Sherry I 65 Meyer, Barb 54 212 Meyer, Dale 262 Meyer, Gayle 262 Meyer,Johna1han 228,280 Meyer, Karla 262 Meyer, Sandra 280 Meyers, Brian 254, 280 Meyers. Mark 262 Michael. Julie 280 Michaels, Paula 280 Michels,Christina 250 Mickelson, Darcy 219, 224, 236, 280 Middleton, Ryun 165, 174, 175 , 262 Mihara, Mamiko 280 Miksch,Jennircr 263 Milburn, Michelle 242 Milinkov, Scon 220,253 .79 Milius,Tim 263 I,248 Miller,Alissa 205,212,228 Miller, Amy 80,236, 248 Miller, Briana 230,280 Miller. Cami 254 9 Miller, Chrislina 263 Miller, Dawn 280 Miller, Francie 248 Miller,Gary 203 Milier,Jeff 203 Miller,Jen 234 Miller, Jcnnifor 263 Miller,Joe 203 Miller,John 171 MilJ.er,Johnathan 263 Miller, Ken 206,226 2 Millel. Kristy 198,208,280 79 Miller,Lance 172 0,279 Miller, Lonnie 280 Miller,Marcy 280 9,254, Miller, Marty 241, 248 Mi11er, Man 252 Miller,Melissa 280 Miller, Merlin 151,205 79 Miller,Michael 211,280 Miller, Paul 250, 280 Miller. Peggy 40 Miller, Shannon 208,262 0 Miller,Tom 206,234 Millikan Hall Council 222, 223 Mills, Barbara 280 Mills, Darin 280 Milroy, Amy 2110 Mindes,David 59 Miner, Debra 21 l. 234 Miner. Ka1hleen 228,234, 24z.2So Minzter, Bob 98, 99 08,280 Mitchell,Tracy 172,280 Miyagi, Emi 263 30,251

or

�1LPAC 38 �1obley. Greg 52 �!Deller. Darcey 280 �1ocller. Julie 27 �\ocn, Sam 170, 172, 179,222 �!ohamed, Rosian 218,219,263 �loise,Matthew 220 �1onaeo,Stephen 263 Monarrez,Cori 78 Mongar, Bradley 206,212, 280 Monkey House 66,67 Monson, Ban 253 Monson, David 280 Monson, Eric 212,220, 244 Moomey,Troy 215 Moore, Bryan 280 Moore, Erin 233 Moore,Lance 172 Moore,Shawn 263 Moots,Carmen 201,28CJ Moppin. Kelli 263 Morast. Karen 215,280 Moravec, Denise 211, 226, 263 Morey,Jamie 2110 Morgan,Anice 165 Morgan,Cheralellen 138, 263 Morgan, Michael 124, 125. 263 Morley,Mary Kate 248 Morley, Del I 82 Morley, Roger 253 Morris,Candy 2110 Morris, Chrisitie 157 Morris,Michael 280 t.1orris,Molly 228 Morris, Tim 280 t, 1orrison, Doug 280 Morrow, Stephen 74,75 t.1orse,Matthew 230,280 Morski,Ferdinand 142 Moncns<ln, Daniel 263 Monenson,Scon 233. 263 Mortb,Ahmed 172 Moss,Andrea 208 t.loss, Ron 211 Moss,Sherri 208,220,280 Mosteller, Kristy 82, 83, 254, 280 Mostrom,Stacey 1 72 Motsick,Manhew 280 Moutrny, April 280 Mozga,Chris 280 Moiingo, Paul 263 Muckey,Darren 280 Mudmch, Melissa 280 Mucnchrath, Amy 220, 233 t.1uir, David 233 I\1ull,Joseph 263 Mulligan,Eric 189 Mullins, Melissa 216 Munjak, Kelly 203, 212 Munns,Richard 280 Mun�ch,Don 224 Munsey, Kevin 250 P.lurnkami. Kazuki 280 l\lurphy,Barbarn 220,235,280 Murphy,Catherine 280 Murphy,Jame� 280 Murphy, Ka1hryn 289 Murphy,Mary 205, 280 Murphy, Rebecca 280 M urrny,John 253 Murrieta, Peter 8!!, 89 Musg1ove,Kerrie 19!!,212 Music Educators Na1ional Conforcnec 224 Myer,, David 253 Myer\,James 19,241,253 Myer..,Julie 234, 280

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Nagasaki, Hitomi 280 Nagel.Tessa 247 Nagle,Jean 233 Nakamura,Suzy 88 NakamurJ, Tomoko 219,233 Nance,Amy 165, 205, 2 I 2,263

Competitive Spirit T

Nations reunite in Albertville, France

he Olympics were what most athletes worked for and dreamed about. The year proved to be one of change for the Olympics. The country we knew as the Soviet Union competed under the name Unified Team. They replaced the Soviet Union flag with the Olympic flag and used the Olympic anthem to represent their new country. However, this had no affect on their athletes. In fact the Unified Team, totalling 23 medals, came in second behind Germany with 26 medals. One change in the Olympic tradition was that the winter and summer Olympic games would be alternated every two years after 1994. "I did not like the idea of having the Olympics every

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United States gold medalist Kristi Yamaguchi performs in the XVI Winier Olympics. Yamaguchi's title was the first for the U niled Slates since the 1976 games. Photo by Associated Press

Nash. Derrnn 55,244 Nation, Breu 250 Nauss, Monica 250,280 Nava. Anum 166 Neece. Eric 17, 280 NchemJn,Christine 20 I, 220 NcibJuer. Gregg 263 Nciharl,Lori 2 l l Ncitlcl, Jeannie 280 Nelles,Emily 247 Nelsen, Ken 97 Nelson,Aundrcy 166, 167 Nelson. Belly 239 Nelson. Chad 248,280 Ncbon, Craig 114,263 Nelscm, Cnry 248

Ncl,on, Jenni rer 250,280 Nel,on. Kayla 212, 280 Ncl,on, Kimberly 254 Neh.on, Krisa 1119, 248,249 Nelson, Randy 280 Ncl,on,Scull 248, 280 Ncl,on,Shawn 228 Ncl,nn,Tracy 280 Nelson,Waylan 280 NcnemJn, Christine 239 Neslund. Gillian 248 Ne,tel,Melissa 263 Neubert, Michelle 242,2110 Ncumamnt Scon 263 Neville, Jeff 212,214,234,280 New, Richard 221,289

two years," Mary Tarwater said. "I thought it was breaking tradition." Bonnie Blair was the first lo earn a medal for the United States. Blair skated her way to a gold medal in speedskating in the 500-meter and then in the 1,000meter, defending the 500-meter title. Dan Jansen failed to take home a medal in speedskating, but finished fourth in the 500-meter and then slipped to 26th in the 1,000-meter. Despite his loss, Jansen said he was content with his performance and would try again in 1994. In short-track speedskating an unexpected gold medal was won by Cathy Turner. The U.S. 3,000-meter relay team earned a silver medal. A gold was also brought home by Donna Weinbrecht in moguls and Nelson Carmichael won the bronze in the men's division. The United States added two more silvers thanks to

Shimer and Herschel Wulker improved their performance, but not enough to move them into the top five. "Blood, sweat, and tears" wa'\ the name of the game for the U.S. Hockey team. The United States put up a fight, but the Unified Team defeated them in the semi-final match to advance and win the gold medal.The United States placed fourth. The highlight of the Olympic games for the United Stales came when Kristi Yamaguchi won the title in womens' figure skating. Even with a fall in her program, Yamaguchi kept the door closed lo other competitors. The United States took home five gold medals, all by women, four silver and two bronze. Sixteen days and 11 medals later, the Olympics came to an end. However, medals were not what the Olympics was all about. It was when the world united together and saluted what they all had in common: great athletes. D Angela Bonella New. Thcr1.-�a 90,280 Newberry,Eli1.Jbcth 248 Newberry. Siacie 233. 263 Newby, Paige 181 Newman, Emilie 212, 224. 280 Newman House 224 Newman,Meli -.i 280 Newquist, Andrea 2110 Newquist. April 263 Newton. Doug 263 Ng, Anl!ehna 211 Ng, Kuan-Chong 26 l Nichol, Tracy 280 Nied, Pam 236 Nielsen. Jody 248,280 Nielsen,Lori 228,263

Niemi. Roy 208 Nienhuis,Jodi 254 Nicrrlingcr, Brian 242 Nlkolao,Akenese 201,219,281 Nin1.-chelscr,Tiffany 239,281, 29.'i Nish. Anita 239 Ni\!.Cn, Novella 220,281 Ni,wongcr,Joseph 206, 224, 234,235,263 Noah, Darin 206 Noah,Todd 247 Noecker, Logan 254 Nocrrling. Bri11n 297 Nolen,Wendy 220. 281 Nollcr.Jennirer 254. 2111

INDEX 301


, 246

�l6 ?82 }, 1 3 1 .

1 2, 282

19, 264

264 I, 228 2 82

t i , 2 1 2.

282

9, 245, 82 !50, 25 1

Phillips, TrJcie 282 Phillips, Tracy 220 Phi Bela Lambda 2211 Phi Ela Sigma 228 Phi Mu 7, 2 l , 22, 24 , 4 j , 5S ' IS<J ' 250, 25 1 . 272 , 276 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 2 3 24 t • 228 I

229

Phi Sigmu Kappa 24, 1 89, 25 ! 250 Pi Bela Alpha 230, 2 ll Pi Kappa Della 230 Pi Mu Epsilon 2 30 Pi Omega Pi 230 P1 Sigma Alpha 233 Pmgenlini, Vince 282 Pichon, Mark 282 Pickell, Kim 254 Pierce, S1acey 220, 264 Pieri.on, Dawn 282 Pieri.on, Laura 30, 3 1 , 1 04, 105 20 1 . 2 1 6, 2 1 7, 239, 242, 264 Pier,;on, Rodney 282 Pilgrim, Gary 22, 24 1 . 282 Piscopo, Joe 102 Pinsenbargcr, Jennifct 220, 239 282 Plagman, Jean 282 Plumb, Dawnene 242. 243, 264 Poe, Gina 248 Pogue, Richart! 264 Pollard, Mallhew 212, 282 Pomrenke, Jason 250 Pope and Talbot Inc. 231 Popp, Jcrrad 254 Poppa, Traci 264 Porolesano, Fialele 219 Poner, S1ephanie 2 1 1 , 233, 282 Pon er. Suianne 282 Pound�tone. Paufa 59, 70, 7 1 , 102 Powell, Andrea 282 Powell, Angella 228, 282 Powell, Kevin I 63 Powell, Lawrence 305 Power.,, Tammy 205, 250 Power Station, The 3 PrJSanan, Kannan P.T. 2 1 1, 219, 283 Pralher, Brenna 169 Pralher, Thomas 2 1 l, 264 Prall, Su1.anne 283 Pre-Medical Club 2n, 233 Prem. Colleen 247 Prenger, Angela 264 Prcslon, Krislm 9, 264 Prcus5, Doug 23, 228, 229, 242 Price, Cassie 75, 82, 203, 242 Prichard, Kalhlccn 283 Pride, Jason 253 Pri veu, Jc\sie 283 Proctor, James 283 Proctor, Kristen 224, 283 Prouty, Ann 198, 201, 228, 283 PRiSA 24, 234 Prui11, Daniel 283 Pryor, Kris1in 250 Psi Chi 233 Psychology/Sociology Club 233 Plbcek, Dawn 283 Pu'a, Lca-Kien 2 1 5, 283 Pub. The 46, 56, 63, 72 Pulham, Shawn 254 Puls, Lori 208 Purvience, William 248 Pyle. Roark 24 1 , 283

Q

Queener, Chad 206, 283 Quigley, Stacey 2 64 Quigley, Stefanie 220, 264 Quijano. Theresa 157, 247 Quillen, Ed 124, 244 Quincy College 1 22 Qui nley, Kristin 254 Quinn, Robin 247, 283

R

11.T. Wrigh1 Farm 1 24, 1 25, 1 99 1!:\ Boan! 234 1taffur1y, Mike 1 5'1 Rains, Jeffrey 242, 283 R:1kes, Leann 283 , 1!:1lph, Alce 6'I 1tambo, Andrew 264 R:uneh, Pc1er 145, I n 11:uncy, Pa1rick 226 1ta111ircs. Francisn 167 11,,m1ircz, Rubin 250 Ramsey, Shad 66, 67, 228 Raney, Palrid 206. 283 llangcl, Juan 226, 240 Rash, Kayleen 2!B Rash, Kenh 283 Ra1cliff, Jcnnircr 283 Rathje n, Cheri 222, 283 • R:11hkc, Jenny 228 Raub. Peggy 216, 248 Raus, Rebecca 236, 283 Rawlings, Kevin 244 RJy, Mar.;ha 1 00 Read, Chrissy 20 I Read, Tammy 220 Reardon, Kelly 283 Rector, Paula 1 65 Redd, Paula 254 Redd. Renee 226, 254 Redden. John 257 Reding, Nicole 283 Redman, Rob 248 Reents, LceAnn 264 Recs, Jenelle 169, 222, 283 Reese, faic 244 Reeve�. Chris 248 1 R�eves., Sherri 222 Reichert, Chrb 25 3 Rctd. Sherry 3 7, 283 Reiff, Michael 2 1 , 254 Rcigltard. Shawna 283 Reinking, Chcl 174, 1 75, 283 R1:iss, Edward 253 Religious Lire Council 234 Remick, Lee 307 Rctnick, Michelle 254, 283 Rcmpc, Renee 283 R, nfro, Tony 172 R ·no, Maria 283 R ·nze. Lisa 242 Reser, Tonya 224, 225, 242, 283 Residence Hall Association 234, 2l5 Reubens. Paul 306 Reynolds, David 2 19, 229 Reynolds, John 283 Reynolds, Reynda 247, 283 Reynolds, Sch1 la 264 R cynolds, Tanya 283 Rhoads, Jerri 283 Rhodes, Kevin 206 Rhodes, Sieve 24 1 , 242 Rice, Kyle 244 Rice, Lorinda 96 Ridmrds, Bryan 250 Rtchards, Rhonda 205, 283 Richardson. Mar..ha 2 1 5 Richardson, Saorise 283 Richmond, Lonny 1 68, 1 69 R1tkman, Jon 147 Ridgway. Thomas 283 Rigdon, Anila 283 Riggs, Andrea 1 I, 205. 283 Riley, Denise 220, 264, 284 Rile y, Eric 283 Riley. Heather 24 7 R iley. Larry 289 Riley, Maureen 220, 239, 283 R iley, Nancy 289 Riley, Sieve 250 Riley, Tom 2 1 5, 230, 283 R 1 nehan, Melinda 264 Ringer, Susan 1 77. 1 80, 1 8 1 , 2 1 6

Real Life Horror

Cannibalism becomes reality for 15 families

F

or many. there was nothing more exciting than the next sequel in the continuing sagaof Freddy Krueger or Jason Vorhees. The intriguing part of each of these characters was how they would torture and k i ll their next victi m. In July some of these most gruesome movie special effects became true stories when authorities arrested 3 1 -year-old Je ffrey Dahmer for the muti lation and mur­ ders of 1 5 young boys. Dahmer's plea of insanity was denied when doctors

declared him stable at the time he committed his crimes. The original plea was conside red because of the violent nature of the killings. Some included dismemberment of the bodies, skinning of the bodies. sexual assault and in some cases. cannibalism. Residents who lived i n lhe same apa11ment complex with Dahmer did recall several instances of power tools humming until lale into the night. In addition to that, he was asked about the rancid smell emanating from his apartment. He told the people he had some meat that had gone bad. In all actuality. it was the aroma of rotting human flesh. Police entered the apartrnenl and discovered several human heads, some in the freezer and some that had been boiled. lnvestigalors at the scene removed numer­ ous boxes and containers holding pans of his victims. The jury found Dahmer gui lty and he was sentenced to 1 5 consecuti ve Ii fe senlences, wilh a chance for parole after se rving 936 years. After the trial proceedings, Dahmer spent four hours preparing a public statement. WHO "In closing, I just want to say that 1 hope ;/, WGULD � God ha� forgiven me," Dahmer said. "I know � society wi l l never be able 10 forgive me." �� �� N ' S� Jennifer Miksch said Dahmer should not be forgiven. "He should suffer the same kind of punishment he gave his victi ms," M i ksch said. "1 didn't feel he should live. He wasn't insane; he knew exactly what he was doing." 0 Scott Yater

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Jeffery Dahmer was convicted of 1 5 murders and sentenced to 936 years in prison after police found re mains of his victims in his Milwaukee, Wis.. apartment. Photo hy A.noci,uecl Pres.1·

Ripperger, Gail 264 Ripple, Jason 250 Riske. DchorJh 250, 264 Risser, Tish 228, 283 Ri ller, Greg 283 Roark. Danny 150 Robena HJll 28, 40, 236 Robens, Amy 283 Robcns, Mark 1 74, 1 75 Roberts, Mi kc 227 Robenson, Bill 253 Rohertson, Joel 1 98, 264 Robenson, Karen 248, 264 Rohidoux Residen1 Thea1er Company 65 Robins, Mike 44 Robinson, David 283 Robinson, Jon 248 Rock 'n' Bowl 1 29. 257 Rockhold, S1acy 1 8 1 , 192, 1 93, 222 Rodeman, Kristi 264 Rodger.., Amy 226 Rodger.;, Mike 227 Rodger.;, Phil 248 Roe, James 2 1 9, 254. 264 Roe, Jeffrey 254. 283 Roesch, Melinda 247 Roff, Diann 30 I

Roger�. Michelle 46, 228, 304 Rogers, Mike 226 RoJas, Rochelle 224 Rold, Amy l 8 1 . 222, 264 Rolling River Enlerpriscs 166 Rooney. Shannon 264 Rool, Sieve 283 Rose. George 96 Rose. Jason 254 Rosewell, Candace 208 Ro'oCwcll, Mark 1 60, 1 6 1 , 1 62, 163 Ross, Theophi l 76, 289 Rossinglon, Mark 222, 234 Rossmanith, Thom 254 Rosi, Chri� I 98, 1 99, 2 1 2, 244 ROTC 24 ROTC Color Guard 25 Rolh, Shalcen 218, 236, 24 l, 248. 249, 283 Roth, Travis 248 Rothfus, Rebecca 239, 283 Roudehush, Kil 250 Rowland, Lonita 201 Rowlene, Ann 1 26, 246 Rowleue, Nicole I IO, 226, 264 Royal. Kim 220 RTNDA 236 Ruder, David 21 I

Rudolph, Brian 220 Rumley, Tony 264 Runyan, Sandra 242, 2K3 Rupe, Chns1i 254 Rusch, Tricia 224, 234, 283 Ruse, Doug 1 72 Rush, James 75, 242 Rush, Rob 2 1 , 69, 74, 90, 203, 242. 264 Russell. Brandon 1 0 Russie, Wendy 264 Rulh, Bill 96 Ryan, Brenda 1 1 7 Ryan, Jo�ph 1 1 5 Ryll, Roderick 222. 234. 264 Ryp1en, Mark 306

s

Saale. Jeffrey 283 Saathoff, Ted 247 Sacker, Jeremy 224, 234 Sadaro, Seo\\ 1 3, 63 Sacn1� Diana 208. 234, 248 Sagaser, Christina 239, 264 Salisbury, Angela 283 Salmon, Joy 254

Saller, Shanna 283 Samaras, D1mi1rios 283 Samman, Tim 250 Sanborn, Sally 26, 239, 283 Sander.;, Kimberly 283 Sander.;, Lisa 254 Sanders, Man 205 Sandy. Shelly 247 Sanl.01, Ken 247 Saucerman, James 289 Saunders, Don 40 Saunders, Jenny 239 Sauler, Lonnie 20 1 , 222, 226, 230, 254, 264 Savage, Allison 283 Sayiner, Baha 2 1 9, 283 Sayre, TrJcy 2113 Scarhruugh, Dawn 239, 283 Schaefer. Ahce 283 Schaefer, Marilyn 205, 228, 239, 283 Schaefer, Mike 283 Schawang. Stephanie 224, 283 Schechingcr, Kris 205 Scheib, Ryan 1 72 Schcne, Sieve 8 1 . 90 Scherer, Kimberly 242. 283 Schiager, Sandy 1 57, 222, 264

INDEX

303


Simon,Sieve 182,248 Simp'\<m,Rebecca 264 Sims,Michell 146,147,285 Sinclair, Brian 206 Sisco,Graham 242 Slmgg�. Trcnl 206 Skcries,Darren 285 Sl..warlo, Dana 220,247 Slawter, Michael 224,228, 2 64 Slezak, Teresa 208 Slider. Angie 17,27,34,206 �85 Sligar, Jennifer 205, 239, Sloan. James 254 Sloan. Scott 250 Slough,Sieve I 88,189 1e Slye, Shari 285 Smel�er, Krislin 208 Smehzcr,Jim 136, l'n, 248 ,y Smehzer, Lisa 82, 83, 203, 24l, .I 258 Smilh. Aaron 114, I 16,2 41, 285 ,g Smilh. Amber 169, 208, 285 Smi1h. Andrea 220 ill Smilh. Blase 224,236,285 Smilh. Brian 248 Smith. Bruce 228, 28S Smilh. Chris 244 Smilh, Danny 196 Smith. Diane 264 e Smilh,J aci 285 Smi1h, Derck 182 Smi1h, Jennifer 285 Smilh,Julie 205,224. 285 Smilh, Kelly 160, 161,247 Smilh. Larry 250 Smilh. Melissa 165,285 Smi1h, Monica 254 Smilh. Paula 230 Smilh,Rochelle 264 Smith. Rodney 182,285 Smilh, Roger 203 Smith, Shannon 226 Smith, Susan 224,241,250, 264 Smilhmier, Nicole 2411 SMS·AHEA 239 SMSTA 239 Smyers,Shari 236 1er Smylh,Scon 264 by Snare, C.J. 63 Snodgrass. Bruce 172 Snow, Keri 264 Snyder,Eric 198,215, 230, 264 Soflball 156. 157 Soldanels, Lori, 239 Sollars, Jenni fer 165 Sommers, Amy 307 Soon,Chuan- Ooi 21 l Sorfonden,Amy 264 !8,284 Sortor, Jeff 285 Sonor, Jennifer 211,285 Sosebee,Trisha 205, 285 South Complex Hall Council 241 Spa11h,Shawn 285 Spak� Michael 248 Spangenberg. Bren 159 Spring Thaw 129 Sparks, Rob 244 Sp.vrow, Rachel 247 Spaulding, Stephanie 250 8,230, Spearry, Michelle 289 Spencer, Lori 285 Spencer. Shawna 201. 220,239 Spire. Andrew 253 Spo rrcr. Peggy 285 Spons Page 46 24,52, Spoils,Jennifer 285 3 Sprick,Jamcs 133,248,264 52,53, Sprick, Kimberly 233,247 55 Spring, Hollie 285 . "° 239 Spurgeon, Stephanie 205,234, �0S Sraggs,Trcnl 285 3,282 St. Denny.Esther 247. 2 85 85 St. Louis Brass Quintel 100 St.Romain, Reggie 170, 17l! Stadlman,Carissa 55 Stadlman. Rollie 113 .264 Stageman, Lisa 40,226, 254

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SIJldcr, Ann 205 IJlder, Rick 282 1 S Sialone,Cheryl 226,254 s1amm, Dale 250 StJ nley, Debra 264 s1anley, Heather 224. 264 Stanley,Jenniffer 246. 247 I s1anley. Linda 206 Stan ton, Roben I I 0 siark. J udilh 250, 251. 272 Starkebaum, Andy I 72,285 Stale Ballernr Missouri IOO Steadras, Tin Soldier,The 82. 83 Stedem, Amy 220, 239, 285 Steele. David 247 S1eelc, Tracey 236 S1cclman, Douglas 248 S1ccnhoek,Corey 285 S1ciner, Kathy 9, 17, 220 S1cins, Tonya 199 S1enbcrg, Rachel 15, 220, 254 S1cnner, Kathrine 203. 239,285 S1cphens, Brad 228 S1ephens, Bryce 170,173, 285 Stephe ns,Jan 264 Stephenson, Mike 248 Stcries, Darrin 172 Stern. Randal 216 Steve Miller Band 53 Stevens, Amy 285 Stevens,Jason 248 Stevens, Karen 248,285 Stevenson, Gina 205, 285 Stcwan,Brinda 285 S1ickney. Gary I 58, I 59 S liens. Greg 264 Slicns,Tonya 198 S1ill. Chris 250 Sull. Jonathan 250 s1111,. Melissa 285 1 S111e,. Kerry 208,248 SIile�. Pal 289 SI 1IL"-,Sheri 285 S1og�dill,Cheryl 264 Slokcs, Kenny 172 Stoll, Beverly 285 Storn.Nick 250 Slone.Jamey 254 Stone.Jane 222. 285 Swne,Jeff 158 Stone,Melissa 285 Stork, Chad 250,264 S1owell, Paula 242, 264 S1rahm, Diane 65 S1range,Carrie 264 SI ranger Than Fiction 18, 19 S lraling. Sheri 289 S lrawderman. Krisla 254, 285 S1ridcr. Corey 244 S1rochele,Jon 248 Stmhman,Lana 285 S1ro11g, Fmnk I IO S1rucby,Sonia 285 Stuart,Angela 233,264 Stuckey, Travis 220, 285 Stucki,Eric 214,215,230,231,264 Student Ambassadors 17, 24,241 Student Senate 196,240,241 Sturm, Renae 285 Su!! way 7 Sudmann, Dallas 254 264 Sut1gs, David 154, 178, 188, 194. 195,222 1 Sullender,Nicole 220,285 Sullivan,Jenni for 285 Summa,Bruce l<Xl Su mmers,Angie 254 Suhdberg. Kori 215,285 Surck,Leslie 264 Suucr,M arlenc 285 l>ultcr,Theresa 220 l,uuington, Marcel 167 Suuun, Michelle 220,254,264 Suuon,Jen 248 Svci1la,Dave 158, 159,222 Sv.1111,, Jason 159,222,264 �v.aney, Lori 226. 264

Swann, Patricia 22,248, 285 Swanson,Jacob 250,285 Swanhout,Mike 285 Swanz, Lisa 112 Swartz, Melissa 285 Swcel,S1even 61 Swenson, Cynlhia 285 Swell, Aaron 28 Swink. Douglas 214,285 Switzer,SandrJ 220,239, 285 Switzer. Sheri 239,285 Sypkens. Chad 250 Szlanda. Tom 182 Szoke,Mkhael 205. 264

T

T.O."s 35,46 Tacken, Angela 242,285 Takagi, Michiru 285 Talikalzis,Zacharias 285 Tan, Geokl�u 133,264 Tannehill, David 214 Tanne�Shannon 157 Tappmeyer. Steve 154, 182, 183 Tarleton. Meredith 285 Tarwater. Mary 301 Talc. Connie 125 Talc,Manhew 212 Tau Kappa Epsilon 8, 20. 21, 22, 24,54,254,255.276 Tau Phi Upsilon 24,242. 243 Taylor, Amy 198,285 Taylor, Becky 215,264 Taylor, Denise 198,265 Taylor, Gwen 220 Taylor,Linda 44 Taylor. Maurice 201 Taylor, Michelle 254 Taylor, S1ephanie 234, 236, 241, 250 Taylor,Tonya 208 Tcale, BrJd 188.189,230 Technology Club 21 Technology Depanment 114. 116, l 17 Tedrow. Heidt 204,205, 285 Tefft,Scon 228,242, 285 Tendinger,Brian 81,215,234,289 Terry. Kathie 165 Terry. Krista 254 Tesdell. Ryan 254 Tharp.Travis 285 Thieman, Troy 211 Th ics, John 88 Thimesch.Dale 285 Thomas,Angela 208 Thomas, Chris 53,54 Thomas,Cindy 222,285 Thomas,Clarence 38, I 08, 299 Thomas,Daniel 285,307 Thomas. Deborah 285 Thomas, Harlan 15, 265 Thomas, Lori 144 Thomas, Paul 205 Thome,Christie 157. 265 Thompson, Cynlhia 265 Thompson, Greg 205, 220, 265 Thompson, Jacqueline 220,228 Thompson, Jeff 165,253 Thompson,Joe 248 Thompson, Kristin 239, 250 Thompson, Laurie 239,265 Thompson, Paul 253 Thompson, Stephanie 285 Thomson, Nancy 211 Thoren. Charmin 206 Thornburg,Jeff 247 Thorpe. Tracy 88 Thummcl,Jennircr 285 Thummcl, Shelly 265 Thurmond, Yuvonise 265 Thurston. Andrea 220, 239,285 Tiano, Lisa 127,206,239,285 Ticknor, Jennirer 201, 220. 222, 239,265

Tichy, Tim 137 Tiemeyer, Manhew 201,205,228, 230,250,265 Tieman, Leslie 248 Tieman, Nicole 247 Tietz, Michele 285 Tillison. E<lwanl 24, 153, 170, 172, 173. 265 Tillman. Jason 234 Timko.Georgene 289 Timmerman, Dallas 17 Timmons, Stacia 248 Tincher,Jan 250 Tinder,Aaron 219,224. 2B5 Tinder,Byron 36 Tingpuapong, Nilipon 253 Tipton, Brian 212, 23-l Tobin, Teri 29 Todd,Traci 224, 225 Tokunaga, Miki 203, 285 Toher, Bryan 35, 244 Tomlinson, Amy 205 Tommy Dorsey Orchestra I (Xl, IO I Tom�. Jeffrey 285 Toney, Gary 228 Tonen,Carl 249 Tower Choir 98,99 Tower Yearbook 242 Towers.Joe 216 Towne,Mitchell 265 Townsend,Dennis 244,286 Trachel,Denise 239 Track and Field 164, 165 Tracy,Sieve 159 Trapp, Lynn 44,239, 265 Traudl, Pany 228,286 Triplen. Daryn 265 Tripp, Debbie 265 Tripp. Stacy 224,286 Trixlcr 59,61, 63 Trost, Scon 248 Trouble in Mind 18. 19 Trubey, Roben 286 Trulson,Richard 286 Tsai, Fong 232 Tsongas, Paul 297 Tucker, Dawn 248 Tucke�Shanna 254 Tune! I,Melissa 286 Turk. Jcnnircr 215 Turner.Brian I 82 • Turner.Cathy 301 Turner. Denise 236 Turner, Erik 61 Turner,Joe 244. 245 Turner,Scott 248 Turner, Vicky 219,242,265 Tumey,Jim 54, 254 Twaildell, Lea 286 Tweed,Mark 248. 286 Twilligear, Allan 215, 216, 236, 265 Tyson, Mike 41. 299 Tysver,Thomas 250

u

Ubber, Bob 235 Uhing. Donna 265 Ulvestad. James 286 Underberge, Brenda 238, 265 Underfer, Jim 250 Underwood,Carla 220. 265 Universily Chorale 98,99 University Conference Center 53 University Players 24, 242 Urban, Jennifer 26 Ury, Lauri 247 Utsler,Cindy 286

V

Valdez,Jdsc 265 Valentine, Kimberly 286 Van Winkle, Krislin 208. 228. 286

Each moritlt brogbtlts share of trJaJs and ttlbcalfdoo$, bat March will be remembe.-1 as a IIJ&bfma� for .Roclney &Ing.

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captured by an onl�r with a eamco.,der, 'brought a brutally gruesome faet to the ,public eye. TheJ-.Ue was police brutallty, the

neipfeat was Rodney Kl� "J. thought it was ter.rible," Nickole

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cry forcli:dpllnary action aplmt tbe offend· btg otl'kers and Los Angeles police dijef

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1992 Editoria l Bo ard. F r o n t R ow: Me linda Dodge and Jenny Lawton. S ec ond Row: S t eve Rhodes, Scott Jenson and Patrick Mahoney. Third Row: Laura Pierson, Stephanie Frey and An· gela Tackett. Fourth Row: La u r a Widm er, Tom Ch a p l in a nd A l lis on Edwards. Back Row: Scott Veter, Scott Albright and Karissa Boney.

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t..ate nights, trashed files, bad hair days, rrash Can Olympics, flamingo dancing ...

What Were We Thinking?

When we set out to produce the 1992 Tower, we took on the task of transitioning it into Jcsktop publication. As an added challenge, we decided to add a 46-pagc entertainment 1 ction. What were we thinking? We started with 25 Macintosh computers at our disposal 1 .llld lilllc experience. By the end, we had mastered the computers and wondered how we ever l Ji d it any other way. Gone were the long hours laying tool lines, waxing copy and �raightcning it until our eyes bugged. The new system was delinitely an improvement. At ;jmes it seemed as if there wasn't even a deadline lurking around the corner.just a bunch of Jedicated journalists with nowhere else to go on Friday nights. Or Saturday nights... I gave up four years of weekends to produce Towers, and I believe it was well worth the 1jme. I would like to thank my parents for their understanding and support for the lost 1acations and holidays, and visits I slept through. (joined Tower for thc friendships as well as the experience, but, along with being editor comes tough decisions. For that reason I would like to thank the editors I worked under: 'Debby Kerr, Cara Moore Dahlor and Teresa Mattson. Cara and Teresa I thank as well for fing understanding roommates; listening even though you had graduated from Tower. It ,,.,1s reassuring to have people there who knell'. To the 1992 editorial board, I'd like to toss Pooh Bcar and Piglet around. Without all your �ng hours, hard work and good humor, this book would not be what it is. Jenson, the color photos arc the best we've ever had. Your long hours printing paid off I with beautiful photos, and you still managed to develop Macintosh skills. Patrick, you found Tower just when we needed you. Thanks for your photographic contribu.;ions, as well as the plethora of Brady Bunch trivia. Jenny, great job coming off the bench. Even though you were outnumbered, you cld your own in the darkroom, but made the long trek too often. To my feline-ally Laura P., thank you for your editorial 'fiisdom and exceptional ability to listen, as well as your ability ,o lighten a moment with a "meow." Yater, you really 1mpressed me with your dedication. Thanks for straying from �The Crowcs' Nest to share your warped sense of humor with u�. Melinda, thank you for helping with all the editorial bureaucracy. You conquered the index, and made it almost .!Ccm fun. Happy Chappy, thanks for all your altention to ,detail. Your computer knowledge helped us avoid a crisis or l\\o, but you really should trash yours and get a real computer. To the other half of the Court, I compliment you for all your hard work and dedication. Karissa, youjumped right into yearbook like � pro and never let us down. Thanks, Angela, for bringing the book much cln�er to line. You stepped in at the perfect moment, saving my sanity and allowing me lo be editor instead of art director. Steve, I must say you handled the organizations with quiet authority and brought us through the least stressful groups deadline ever. Almost every work Weekend you let your hair down a bit more, so to speak. Scott, good call on the entertainment section; it's beautiful. You brought us back to giddy •simplicity with your squirrelly outbreaks when we needed it. Thank you for always doing the right thing, without ever being asked. Allison, from the frigid conlines of the typesetting room you emerged and gave this job your all. It was rocky at the beginning; thank you for helping me through it. Although we wouldn't have admitted it then, I guess it was a good thing we retired the typesetter. You'll never again have to fret about cutting black boxes. I never would have thought four years ago when I joined the Tower editorial board that We would undergo such a transformation. For these advancements we owe thanks to Laura Widmer. I appreciate all that you've done for me and student publications these four years. lam grateful to have had the opportunity to work with you, and more importantly, to become frii.:nds. Your support and encouragement has meant a lot to me. Through all the late nights, work weekends, reprints and rewrites we have accurately rcLOrdcd the year, with more complete coverage than ever before. We met our challenge and have produced positively the best Tower ever. And that has to be good Karma. Stephanie Frey 1992 Tower Editor in Chief

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Food 4 Less opens, Smithsonian nomination, sexual assaults, budget cuts, warm winter weather...

Who Would Have Thought?

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t was a challenging year as we

saults. • Food 4 Less opened its

faced several obstacles. With

doors in the newly-renovated

such serious issues as the budget

K-Mart building, offering stu­

cuts, sexual assaultsand disasters, it

dents yet another place to shop

was sometimes difficult to keep

for groceries. • The efforts of

our spirits up. • We basked in the

President Dean Hubbard with the

unseasonably warm weather.

Electronic Campus earned a

Even though we missed the

Smithsonian exhibit nomination, as the first public institution

snow at Christmas, we

to offer such a compre­

were thankful to be saved from a tradi­

hensive computer sys­

tional winter in the

tem. • The Board of

'Ville. Spring fever hit

Regen ts voted co ap­

early and instead of

prove a recommenda­

fighting below-zero wind chills, we spent our February

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ci on to phase out the Technology Department by

afternoons soaking up the rays.

PresldantDean

June of 1993. Although we

• Due partially to national

drassaathefao. ulty about his propoeed bucf.. getcutsand his plan 1D cut the Technology Department. Photo by Scolt Jenson

were considered a trend-setting

events, we were more aware of sexual harassment issues. Out of concern for one another we fought to prevent sexual as310 CLOSING

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campus, the budget cuts made us wonder if we would still . make the grade. "Who Would Have Thought?"


er... Dan Bentz spikes the ball dur­ ing a volleyball game In Feb­ ruary. Temperatures i n the 60s and 70s allowed students to participate in spring and summ er act i vities e arly.

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:ned its tovated

Food4 Less opened In early Feb­ ruary, providing students an In· creased selection and competi­ tive prices. The new store be­ came the largest of five grocery stores In Maryville. Photo by

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Kyle and Rita Wallinga, and their son Sam, enjoy the unseason· ably warm February weather. Photo by Melinda Dodge

RTNDA spo nsor ed a Rape Awarness forum to help stu­ dents deal with r apes on cam­ pus. Photo by Jeff Behney

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Tower 1992  

Northwest Missouri State University Tower Yearbook

Tower 1992  

Northwest Missouri State University Tower Yearbook

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